Cuba, here we come!
Since long I wanted to travel to Cuba to see the former American play land .
Ii is the architecture , the people and the old American cars that sparks my interest.
The restrictions have been lifted by the former president and now we have cruises going to Havana.
It looks like the current administration has reimpose them somewhat.
In order to live the ship ,one MUST book a tour which starts for like$170/per person.
The "tour" is one of the categories the US State department allows you to visit Cuba if you have no relatives in there. It has to be "educational"
I dont think the government has the right to restrict one's right to travel where ever he /she wishes to go.
I understand the situation immediately after revolution but that was a long time ago.
There is no restriction to travel to N Korea ( if Kim allows you in) or China or any of terrorist supporting countries.
There was never a restriction to travel to the Eastern communist block.
I think any restriction on travel to Cuba should seize.
I hope to enjoy the cruise and who knows with a bit of luck I might meet
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