There’s nothing like a total absence of safety measures to add a little excitement to a historical site. Within an hour of landing on La Isla de la Juventud, the Isle of Youth, I was clambering through an underground tunnel in the Presidio Modelo, or Model Prison, Cuba’s most dreaded pre-revolutionary prison, using my iPhone as a torch and trying not to slip on wooden planks and rubble. After squeezing up a rusty spiral staircase, I emerged atop a tower at the center of an enormous circular cell building that resembled a tropical Colosseum, where a single guard would once monitor more than 1,000 prisoners at a time.
Cuba is Awarded Excellence Award for Safest Destination at the 38th International Tourism Fair (FITUR 2018)
Madrid, January 18 (RHC)– Cuba received Wednesday the Excellence Award as the…
There’s nothing like a total absence of safety measures to add a…