Watching the news about Fidel makes me wonder when Cuba will finally open up to Americans. From stories I have heard and the pictures it seems like a beautiful country especially the western part. I think Many Americans will go there. If this happens Americans considering Nicaragua may opt for Cuba. This may be a good thing for those who want to not see too many Gringos in Nica, but could be bad for investment if Cuba takes shape as a competitor. The plan by the US state department is 90Billion waitng for Cuba. Roads, Bridges, and economic investment. It is possible to imagine many americans living there. If anyone has been there or has any comments I would like to know as Cuba from what I see has a lot of potential and will have a big "sucking sound" from all tourist countries in the region. With tons of beachfront and fishing and culture what impact will this have for Nicaragua?
Recently saw "Miami Vice" the movie and Crokett takes his love interest in the movie to Havana in a Speedboat for a night on the town. Wow. Movie was not that good but that was a great scene.
With thousands of miles of beachfront property makes you wonder what impact this could have.