Ife & Ibo Changa

 Ache!  Ache!  Ache!

Okay—Yesssssss, we are back from AfroCuba, it has It has been 14-days, 336 hours, 20,160 minutes and 1,209,600 seconds since we have returned from AfroCuba; we needed the time to decompress and reflect.  it was nice-nice traveling on a Bus (TWO BIG BUSES) around the country of Cuba to see Havana, Hotel Copacabana Hotel, House of Africa and the performance by the Powerful Orisha Dancers (Dancing Up The African Spirits), Restaurant Paladar Valdes, Castle of Severino, Tamboreros Practitioners, La-Dionisia-Old French Coffee Plantation, Tobacco Farm, Restaurant Velaseco, El Cimmaron  Monument to the Maroons, Viñales Valley: Cuba's Natural Monument Giant Mural, Town of Camaguey, Town of Trinidad, Town of Santiago, Yemaya Temple House, Rumba House--Havana’s Callejon de Hamel, Conjunto Folkloric Nacional de Cuba Dance Group (Excellent Theatrical Orisha and Traditional Dancing),  Jazz Show, Hotel Nacional de Cuba--85 years old—saw a classical Cuban musical performance---and we listened and sweat danced to the Rumba Music, rode in an antique red 1957 Plymouth Cuba car, connected with the resilient and strong peoples of Cuba who stood-up to the USA Blockage/Embargo for 60-years, visited Shango Fidel Castro Rock Tomb, etc.

It was a Special and Spiritual Uplifting Traveling Experience traveling to AfroCuba with Sister Scottye’s Kola Nut Travel (An African American Traveling Company).  Sister Scotty started the trip right from the very beginning with mailing out professional travel booklet/package full of information we needed to prepare correctly for the AFRICAN HERITAGE CUBA TOUR DECEMBER 2-12, 2016.   As well, she conducted three telephone conference calls and sent out emails to answer any questions, concerns, and to update the group about pertinent information.  It was the best travel agent/company encounter we have ever experienced in our thirty-years of traveling.  Plus, as mentioned and worth mentioning again—Sister Scottye’s KOLA NUT TRAVEL is Black (African American)—real Black in her Heart, Mind and Soul—where it really counts.  Bless Sister Scottye’s travel business and life—in its continual growth and success.

We are still in a dream state about our AfroCuba Experience---hopefully forever, so please leave us be—Thank you very much!    Hotep-Hotep – Ase---Aseoooo -- OneAfricanLove!

Ife & Ibo AKC Changa Ford, Philadelphia PA