Travelers' Tales Cuba: True Stories

Travelers Tales Cuba True Stories The stories range from delightful and funny to cautionary and inspiring and provide readers with a road map that deepens and enriches their travels

  • Title: Travelers' Tales Cuba: True Stories
  • Author: TomMiller
  • ISBN: 9781885211620
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • The stories range from delightful and funny to cautionary and inspiring, and provide readers with a road map that deepens and enriches their travels.

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      Published :2019-05-26T03:16:09+00:00

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    1. Tom Miller has been writing about the American Southwest and Latin America for than three decades His ten books include The Panama Hat Trail, which follows the making and marketing of one Panama hat, and Trading with the Enemy, which Lonely Planet says may be the best travel book about Cuba ever written Miller began his journalism career in the underground press of the late 60s and early 70s, and has written articles for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New Yorker, Smithsonian Magazine, Natural History, and Rolling Stone He lives in Tucson, Arizona, with his wife, Regla.

    2. Probably one of the best series to read before going to another country. The book on Thailand was excellent and won some kind of highly rated travel prize. I was curious if another like Cuba would make the cut. It did. The Thailand edition was impossibly lyrical but if I was going to Cuba I think this would give me a great start on understanding issues beneath the surface like jinteros, the dual dollar/peso economies, police state, hospitality, rumba et. al. As always, good books beget good book [...]

    3. This is a GREAT book full of exceptional, detailed stories about Cuba then and now. I read it as a friend of mine traveled with a group of art students to Cuba. After reading Graham Greene's "Our Man in Havana," the country's history and people came to life for me. Until "Travelers' Tales", the country was a textbook history lesson on the Bay of Pigs. I was also reading this book as comments about Fidel Castro by the Miami Marlins' new manager Ozzie Guillen were published in Time magazine. In fa [...]

    4. This book is broken down into short stories of people who have been to Cuba. It's a fast, easy, and very interesting read about Cuba with tons of cultural information!

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