Traveling to Cuba from the U S Episode 1

We are very excited to present this series of video blogs together with ZuDhan productions, through this means, we will try and clarify many aspects of
a quite complicated matter, Traveling to Cuba from the US for north American citizens.
Like any Travel, it is made of different elements, and the organization of the trip to Cuba requires to take into consideration
a few extra aspects, such as the 12 categories under which Americans are authorized to legally travel to Cuba.

In this series, Tocororo Travel joins efforts with ZuDhan Productions in an attempt to provide the most up to date information on
Traveling to Cuba for the north American public. We will try to explain how this process works from beginning to end, which
will include the 12 qualifying categories, how charter airlines work, what can be expected when commercial airlines join the
game, required documents, currency in Cuba, and general aspects of the country that will obviously be of a great interest for
any American interested in travelling to Cuba.
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of legally traveling to Cuba.
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organize your whole Cuba itinerary so that it complies with the legal regulations established for the matter, rent a car, request your visa,
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Cold War Episode 10 Cuba 1959 1962

If anything defined the 20th century as the age of anxiety, it’s the cold war with its ultimate no-win nuclear endgame. While conflicts in Korea and Vietnam dragged on, providing the traditional images of modern warfare, some of the conflict’s most dangerous battles were invisible–tactical, intellectual, and fought primarily in the minds and war rooms of U.S. and Soviet leaders: Kennedy, Krushchev, Castro, Kissinger, Gorbachev, and Reagan. This 12-volume, 24-episode series, narrated by Kenneth Branagh, is a comprehensive history that examines the key events of the arc of the Soviet Union, from its birth to its fall, and provides a thorough analysis of what was going on behind closed doors. Informed by the stories of 500 eyewitnesses–from citizens and soldiers to historians and statesmen–and strengthened by painstaking reconstruction of archival historical film footage, CNN’s Cold War is a heroic undertaking and a sweeping chronicle of the world’s most fragile decades.
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Santeria documentary.
Santeria is a cuban syncretic religion combining elements of African, animist, fetishist and Christian beliefs, also called yoruba religion. Santeria is to Cuba what Vodoo is to Haiti or Umbanda to Brazil.
Officiating priests are called babalaos and lead the sacrifices. Dressed in white, they deal with cases like that of Olga, who is afraid of men that make fun of her.
In this ceremony, it is the oracle of Ochú, God of creation, that divines. Two coconuts are thrown to the ground and the interpretation varies depending on which way up they land. It is the supreme god Olofi who will finally decide if a sacrifice is to be made. Approval is given, and with the permission of the gods, a chicken is decapitated as an offering. Its bloody death may take one life, but serves to feed a new one, full of energy, based on spiritual protection. All this happens within the supernatural order of hidden forces and magic santería.



Conan Goes to Finland [Full Episode]

Conan Goes to Finland [Full Episode]

Conan travels to Finland in this special episode of Late Night.

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Originally aired on March 10th, 2006.

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Cuban Food – COOKING WITH CUCO – Episode 1

Cuco cooks up some Cuban-style pan-fried boneless chicken breast.
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Hey! Hey!
I live near Seltzer’s Steakhouse and I guess am what you would call “a regular” because I’m there a few nights a week for dinner or a cocktail (or 2). Over the years I have gotten to know the owner, Harold Seltzer and after conversations about our experiences with great food in Montreal he asked me to feature his new sandwich shop in Tampa. This place is AMAZING! They have won the the award for best Cuban sandwich many years in a row and most recently won the National Cuban Sandwich contest for best authentic Cuban sandwich!

They also have an incredible breakfast sandwich and their turkey sandwich is the best I’ve ever had. Same goes for their Cuban. It lives up to and beyond the hype!

if you want a great sandwich for a great price, get yourself to Kennedy Blvd and stop by the Floridian!

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Cooking Videos – I am 100% self-taught when it comes to cooking and simply wanted to share my passion for great food with you! I also wanted to help anyone intimidated by the prospect of cooking and prove that you can make some seriously delicious things that are very easy, even for a beginner!

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Why Is The U.S. Reestablishing Ties With Cuba After 50 Years? – Episode 544

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An Australian marathon swimmer hopes to be the first person ever to swim from Cuba to the US without a shark cage.

As well as the sharks, 29-year-old Chloe McCardel will battle exposure, swift sea currents, stinging jellyfish and extreme fatigue as she attempts the record swim from Cuba to Florida this week.

The 103-mile (166km) journey is considered the ‘holy grail’ of marathon swimming, with numerous failed attempts having been made at the treacherous crossing.

McCardel, who is a veteran swimmer of the English Channel and other endurance swims, believes she has the strength and the determination for the dangerous crossing.

“At the moment it’s the most high-profile marathon long-distance swim, and swimmers really want to come here and be the first,” she said in Havana, Cuba.

“It’s very important; it’s like winning a gold medal.”

American Diana Nyad and Australian Penny Palfrey have attempted the crossing four times between them since 2011, but each time threw in the towel part way due to injury, jellyfish stings or strong currents.

Fellow Australian Susie Maroney did it in 1997, but with a shark cage.

McCardel says the swim is “50% further than any person has swum between two points of land in the ocean”.

A 32-person support team that includes weather experts and doctors will accompany McCardel on her ocean odyssey, which should last about 55-65 hours if she makes it all the way.

To set the record the swimmer must remain in the water at all times, not even touching the side of any support vessels.

Every half-hour or so she plans to pause to eat and down a half-litre of energy drink to stay hydrated.

Meanwhile, special equipment will include an electromagnetic field in the water around her that is designed to keep sharks at bay.

McCardel is also swimming to raise money to support cancer research, people who suffer from the disease and their families, and promoting the idea that an active, healthy life can help keep it at bay.

She’s dedicating the swim in part to her mother, a breast cancer survivor.

McCardel, who lives in Melbourne, has been swimming since childhood and also competed in triathlons.

As well as crossing the physical gap between the two countries she says she hopes to help bring Cubans and Americans closer by symbolically bridging the political divide.

“I would very much love to encourage people to come here as tourists and to engage more with Cuba … to promote travel and great relations with Cuba,” she said.

“From what I’m learning it’s a very beautiful country, and I feel privileged to have been invited here.”

Most US travel to Cuba is barred under Washington’s 51-year embargo against the island, although Americans are increasingly travelling on legal cultural exchanges and family visits.

The two nations have been at odds since shortly after the 1959 Cuban Revolution ushered in Fidel Castro’s Communist-run government, leading to decades of mutual suspicion and bad relations between Washington and Havana.

Australian Swimmer Braves Sharks In Cuba US Record Bid
Australian Swimmer Braves Sharks In Cuba US Record Bid

Australian Swimmer Braves Sharks In Cuba US Record Bid
Australian Swimmer Braves Sharks In Cuba US Record Bid
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Travelling from Cuba to Costa Rica – GoatLife TV Episode 38

Hey guys we’re back! We’ve been away for 3 weeks in Cuba but now GoatLife TV is on again so keep tuning in every Wednesday. In this video we’re taking you along on our travel day flying from Havana, Cuba to San Jose, Costa Rica via Panama City. When we arrive in Costa Rica we rent a little car and cruise the coastline to our new home in Platanillo just outside of Dominical on the western coast of CR. We’ll be staying here for 2 weeks and next week we’ll show you around our cool little casita so stay tuned!
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Coches de Cuba! Classic American Cars in Cuba! – Epic Drives Episode 16

Coches de Cuba! Classic American Cars in Cuba! - Epic Drives Episode 16

Join host Arthur St. Antoine and MT colleague Carlos Lago as they visit the embargoed island nation of Cuba—where they discover a time capsule of classic 1950s American cars, the world’s best cigars, and the unforgettable hangouts of writer Ernest Hemingway.

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Many agree that the auction house Barrett-Jackson has its grips on some of the greatest collector cars in America. But there’s a large group of classic cars just 90 miles off the Florida coast that no collector — try as they might — has been able to buy…because they reside in the communist country of Cuba.

Since the U.S. embargo was enacted in the early ’60s, no American products have been allowed either into the country, or out. And experts agree, sitting on that small island is a treasure trove of pre-1960 vehicles that many collectors would love to own.

During a trip to Cuba John McElroy captured the story of these incredible vehicles and their owners in a short Autoline documentary called “Stuck in Time” which begins this week’s broadcast. John then follows that story with a trip to our studio with two men well steeped in the car collecting culture. McKeel Hagerty knows the value of cars like these since insuring vintage vehicles is part of his business at Hagerty Insurance. And Ken Lingenfelter of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has been collecting classic cars for years. This week on Autoline they join John to share their thoughts on Cuba, these unique cars and whether or not they’ll ever make it off the island.