Westworld Alberta

Fall 2014

Westworld Alberta

Issue link: http://westworldmagazine.ama.ab.ca/i/365611

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(top) del sol photography, (right) mischa oak f a l l 2 0 1 4 | w e s t w o r l d A l b e r t A 25 T here's nowhere in the world remotely like Cuba: miles and miles of white-sand beaches, a culture blended from Spanish, African, American and Carib- bean influences – and a way of life born of economic and political isolation. Armed with a decent guidebook (Internet access is poor), a secure money belt stocked with Canadian dollars and a non-U.S. credit card, you'll find travelling solo here refreshingly easy and relatively safe. Party of one Cuba A solo trip to this isolated-yet-magnificent country is not only possible – it's life-affirming by brendan SainSbury Spanish colonial buildings and mid-century cars line the streets of Havana; (below) a Canadian tourist pauses next to one of the city's murals.

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