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Just to put my two cents in on Alethia's comments. CheersTerry is 100% spot on with his remarks. I've been to Cuba also and have responded to other poster's questions but using my own words and experiences. CheersTerry may have commented after my remarks but it was always in an informful and supportive manner. I never took it in a negative or belittling way. But I also wasn't plagerising anyone else's work. There's no crime in cutting and pasting as long as you give credit where it's properly due, which you not only failed to do but instead made it out as you were the one who did the work. And just an F.Y.I for you Alethia, Terry IS an authority on Cuba.If you take the time to scan this board you'd realize that. He was extemely helpful to me before my first trip. If anyone is being self righteous here it's yourself.
Being an American, I never brought anything back with me on my previous trips to Cuba but was planning to return there again very soon. Not that I was ever a big souvenir collector but would like very much to bring a few small things back for myself and family etc. Even though I never had any issues going through U.S. customs previously, I never brought anything back before, do you think this might create any issues? Thanks
Those passengers that are a British Citizen holding a UK passport issued in the UK is required to complete the Tourist Card Prior to arriving into Cuba. A tourist card will be issued free of charge per person which is included in the cost of your flights. This will be sent out to you via the post once your flights have been confirmed and booked. The Cuban tourist cards must be completed in one colour ink (either blue or black, not a combination of both). Incorrectly completed tourist cards will be invalid and new card will have to be purchased at 15.00 CUC. This is a cash only payment.
Non-British Citizen Passport holders or British Citizen holding a UK Passport issued abroad or holders of British Subject Passports should contact the appropriate consulate or embassy for clarification.
Please note: passport, visa regulations and fees can change at any time and you should therefore check with your travel agent or the relevant embassy well in advance of travel. It can often take some time to obtain a visa, so you are advised to apply in plenty of time.