So, if you are Canadian and you speak a smattering of Spanish and have a little sense of adventure Cuba is the place to go.
It is not particularly difficult to fly from Toronto or Montreal. The flight is only three hours and thirty minutes and depending on how you buy your ticket it will cost you somewhere from 0 to 00 – Canadian.
In fact, perhaps the biggest problem for a lot of travelers to Cuba is that generally speaking the hotels are not quite up to international standards, but, again, this is a lot like St. Generally, the rest of the tourist infrastructure ranges from iffy to non-existent except for restaurants. But let’s face it if you are reading this site you are not for visiting Havana for the Ropa vieja, a spicy shredded beef, or Arroz con Pollo, a chicken dish once officially voted the National Dish of Cuba in the 1930s.We ask 3 euros participation - for the cost of mailings and the like - at each party one attends. You are certain to find people who speak your language.Besides, what better way to learn a language than with friends!Remember, how frustrating it was when you were a kid and you couldn't reach the cookies on the top shelf?They looked so good and you knew they would taste so sweet, but no matter how you stretched and squirmed you just couldn't reach them.