Moto-journalist and Cuba expert Christopher P Baker to lead customized group motorcycle tours of Cuba for U.S. citizens

  With so much newfound interest in Cuba combined with a general relaxation of rules and enforcement, it’s no wonder that many U.S. tour companies are pushing beyond the envelope...

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Recommended read: The Last Soldiers of the Cold War

On December 17, 2014, as Presidents Barack Obama and Raúl Castro simultaneously announced that the USA and Cuba would restore diplomatic relations, two small planes landed at Andrews Air Force...

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Where will Fidel Castro be buried?

© Christopher P. Baker all images. All images are copyrighted and protected and may not be reproduced without specific permission of the photographer. SEE UPDATE HERE! “Where will Fidel Castro...

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Christopher P. Baker Talks Cuba’s Classic Cars

This morning before heading north for Big Sur from Morro  Bay, I cut another interview with my pal Tom Wilmer for his NPR radio podcast, “Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer”....

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Cuba’s iconic song ‘Guantanamera’ explained by Christopher P. Baker

I’m currently motorcycling from Palm Springs to Montana, so last night I stopped over in Morro Bay as guest of my close friend Tom Wilmer, host of NPR’s “Journeys of...

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‘On Point with Tomi Lahren’ interview with Cuba expert Christopher P Baker

I’m not looking at my best, but I’m pleased with my interview about Cuba with conservative station One American News Network’s ‘On Point with Tomi Lahren,’ on July 9, 2015....

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South Africa 2015 Indian Roadmaster test ride

I just returned from ten sublime days touring South Africa travel tourism while test-riding the 2015 Indian Roadmaster. What a bike! What a ride! What a country! Last summer Indian...

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Cuban Soul–Meet three Cubans who personify the nation’s charismatic spirit

Hollywood depictions of post-revolutionary Cuba–streets lined with vintage 1950s American cars; walls plastered with revolutionary slogans; ox-drawn plows tilling tobacco fields; sizzling salsa-filled nights–only hint at the country’s larger-than-life persona....

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