Sedona, Arizona and the Mysterious Vortices

May 11, Arizona became the first state in the western United States to reopen its restaurants and shops.  In California, attempts to ease Covid-19 restrictions were slashed when authorities in Los Angeles claimed that people were not "social distancing" on the beaches.  The mayor announced that public areas would remain closed for another three months. …

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Havana in 28 Hours, a Cruiser’s Perspective

American tourists found themselves caught in rough seas as the political winds began to change in 2019 for ships visiting Cuba. Trump’s hardline approach towards cruise line tourism would shut down the relatively new industry by June of 2019. Tighter rules and alluding to the possibility that Cruise Companies could face lawsuits if they continued …

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