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Expat Blogs > Cuba  (add a blog)


I Married The Poolboy


Though sadly the author has recently acceeded to the demands of a busy everyday life, I Married The Poolboy is a fascinating insight to life as an expat spouse. Meeting her boyfriend in Cuba's third largest city Camaguey, she writes about the surprises of being adopted into a large Cuban family, the lovely friends that can be made over the internet and the fascinating differences to life away from Toronto - including entrepreneurial kids who employ paper bags thrown down from 4th storey windows as shopping services.


The Internet in Cuba


With ethernet connections fairly non-existent and network connections slow to develop thanks to several factors, this blog about the lack of good access to the World Wide Web documents the frustations of the author and his guest publishers. Written bi-lingually in English and Cuban-Spanish it is an interesting viewpoint into several factors of life and social culture.


Butterflies Of Cuba


One for the nature lovers among us, Butterflies Of Cuba focuses on the natural beauty of the country, featuring walks and trips to take if you want to see the local flora and fauna up close. A great resource if you’re just visiting Cuba, or if you’re thinking of moving there with your family, Tim’s blog will make you want to head there right away to take in the beautiful natural scenery.


El Yuma


A blog run in both Spanish and English, and therefore useful for locals and expats alike, El Yuma discusses everything that has an impact on life as an American expat in Cuba, with a strong focus on the current political situation. If you’re looking to learn more about the politics of Cuban-American relations before you decide whether to make the move, this is the place for you.


Here is Havana


A blog written by the gringa next door who conspires to give you a dose of what life is really like across the Straits.

Read more about this blogger's expat life in Cuba.