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This year I traveled to Cuba. You know, it’s that little island that’s spitting distance from Florida and should not be visited without special dispensation. I wanted to see it before MacDonald’s arrived. I’m so glad I did. I learned a lot and I met some wonderful people. It seems they like us. Now there’s a change!
I’ll add a short T/F quiz to each post the same as I did last year about Burma, and I’ll post the answers to the questions the following day.
A is for Hotel Ambros Mundos, which was built in 1929. It was Hemingway’s first home in Cuba. Room 511 is a museum and the lobby is filled with pictures of Hemingway and his entourage.
A is also for archeology.
This was one of the most interesting archeological museums I visited. It was in a cave where the early people of the island actually lived. Their remains and their artifacts are in situ and you have to climb up to it and risk life and limb while roaming inside the cave to see the exhibits.
I had the feeling these artifacts were fairly new.
These aboriginal people were called the Guanahatibibes by early writers
They lived by fishing, hunting or gathering and may have been on the island when Columbus arrived.
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