Synonymous with Montecristos and mojitos, Castro and classic cars, the Caribbean’s largest — and perhaps the world’s most enigmatic — island is enjoying a new moment in the spotlight. Thanks to a relaxing of US regulations, American travelers are now legally allowed to visit Cuba — without having to get one of those dubious “World Passports” and fly out of Montreal. There’s a catch, though: Trips are highly structured and focus on educational experiences. Yea, exactly: lame. That said, tour operators usually leave some free time to actually do fun, non-learning stuff with actual Cubans. And this is how you should spend that time.
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