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Cuba is not popular with tourists? Color me shocked…

No shit, Sherlock…

[…] Cuba has a long way to go before it’s suitable for many high-maintenance American tourists. “This will come with certain expectations: Americans expect that cell phones will work, credit cards will work, and that access to internet won’t be limited,” she said. “These expectations, along with the monetary support American travelers provide for Cuban entrepreneurs in the tourism sector, will help foster the kind of change that will not only further increase American interest in traveling to our island neighbor, but also benefit the Cuban people.”

Not to mention those pesky issues of no human rights for its citizens, and the ever-present danger of arrests, food poisoning, and no freedom of speech and movement for those curious tourists who stray outside the lines of the Castro Coloring book…


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