Last February, Amalia Reigosa Blanco experienced for the first time the rush of an airplane taking off. She browsed the clothing shops of Italy's fashion capital. And then she came home. "I hope I can go on vacation again," said the 19-year-old language student. Reigosa was one of the first Cubans to take advantage of a travel reform that went into effect a year ago this week.
posted: 1/19/2014 6:00 AM
Cuban travel in record numbers a year into reform
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