Despite Cuba’s sometimes gritty streets the country is one of the safest in the hemisphere by some accounts.
Despite Cuba’s sometimes gritty streets the country is one of the safest in the hemisphere by some accounts. Picasa Miami Herald
Despite Cuba’s sometimes gritty streets the country is one of the safest in the hemisphere by some accounts. Picasa Miami Herald

Cuba: Police state or tourist haven? Depends who you talk to

January 16, 2015 06:35 PM

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