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realclearworld

Hey! Come on down and swim and have a grand old time where many were killed !!!

bayofpigs13tr7-FRONT

Leave it to those insensitive unprincipled Canadians to publish an article like this.

This loathsome travel piece shows how far divorced from the reality of Cuba and how oblivious to its suffering  many Canadians really are.

And it also proves that this location is aptly named, now that these tourists are swimming there.

No douwbt abouwt it.  Houw abouwt improving your moral fiber, hosers, eh?

From the Toronto Globe and Mail

Dive into the Bay of Pigs: Discover Cuba's best-kept secret

Who needs a wetsuit when the ocean’s surface temperature is 31C and the morning air is pushing 30? In front of me are the tranquil, turquoise and dark blue waters of Cuba’s Bay of Pigs, with its amazing underwater wall descending 450 metres below the surface. It is an easy two-minute swim from shore – a true rarity. All I have to do is wade in.

This region of Cuba first drew my attention two years ago, when I was taking part in a coral-reef biodiversity mapping project in Punta Frances National Marine Park, off the Isle of Youth.

This region is remote, but it is the remoteness that attracts me, along with the scattered sandy beaches and the limestone coastline made of prehistoric coral-reef remnants. You don’t encounter many tourists along Cuba’s underdeveloped southern coast.

If you want to read more of this heartless insensitive ordure, go HERE

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