03/05/13 - PennLive.com (blog) - Travel to Cuba: Sandy Fenton will ask experts
Last week's "Legal Travel to Cuba" show with "Insight Cuba" president, Tom
Popper, was such a big hit - we will continue our discussion this Saturday
from 3pm-4pm on "Let's Talk Travel with AAA, on WHP580.
"Insight Cuba" is a non-profit organization and Tom Popper is considered
the pioneer of people-to-people legal travel to Cuba.
The interest throughout the mid-state is astonishing, and we will have a
chance to answer more questions, including - "What are the travel
restrictions?" "What exactly is people-to-people tourism?" "Are Insight
Cuba guides all Cuban?" "Is Cuba really safe for American travelers?" "Do
we exchange money in Cuba?" "What goods can we bring home?" "Are the hotels
modern?" "How much time do we spend in Havana?" "Will we eat with the
locals?" "Where do we go to listen to the famous Cuban music?"
A culturally and geographically rich country, roughly 780-miles long, Cuba
is defined by the world-famous spirit and music of it's people. From the
bustling harbor city of Havana to the urban dance and art hub in Santiago
De Cuba - we're going to learn more about Cuba from the expert himself.
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