Cuba – getting off the war torn track for a while.

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After visiting Afghanistan , Pakistan,  and Somalia, the usual joke I get these days is something along the lines of “one of these days you’re going to end up in Guantanamo”.

Well hopefully the next few weeks of Rum drinking/Cigar chomping fun is as close as I’m ever going to get.
As per usual this whole thing gets played out right here. Well presuming I can find usable internet anywhere in Cuba.
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