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Cuba sex tourism and Cuban prostitutes
Like many prostitutes who ply their trade in the darkened bars and discos near Havana's tourist hotels, Maria says she does not go out every night. But whenever money gets tight and her 12-year-old son is hungry, she puts on a red miniskirt, puts rouge on her lips and heads for El Conejito bar, a thinly disguised rendezvous point.

"Most of the tourists come to look for girls, tobacco, you know, the things they cannot get in their country," she said. "They say the Cuban girls are very hot."

30 Dec 2004 by admin

How to invest in Cuban real estate - wait
Just 90 miles from American shores yet impossibly out of reach is a cash-starved nation awash in billions of dollars in real estate.

The largely untapped Cuban market, with exquisite mansions, majestic colonial homes and virgin beaches, is a potential gold mine for U.S.

23 Feb 2005 by admin

To Live in Cuba
After the 1959 revolution, Cuba's rebel government snatched thousands of properties abandoned by the rich.

"Thanks for the houses," Fidel Castro said in 1960, announcing plans to turn some of Havana's most exclusive homes into lodging for visiting VIPs.

23 Feb 2005 by admin

US planning for a Cuba without Fidel Castro
Iraq, Iran and North Korea are more than enough to fill Washington's plate these days, but one country hasn't left the table for nearly a half-century: Cuba.

Now, though, some U.S. officials are convinced the communist regime's downfall will come "sooner rather than later," and they're busy planning for a future without Fidel Castro.

20 Feb 2005 by admin

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