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  1. Anyone found a source that will trade with you instantly - versus, handing them the USD up front and them returning with CUC hours later?
  2. I thought I was going to give it away to you there for a minute. You were down and out a couple times and hung tough.
  3. When did you acquire this? Any idea if they still make/sell these?
  4. Spent the weekend boxing up in preparation for a move. Had a couple more than I thought [and maybe a few more than the wife knew about ;)] I've been very lucky on my trips to Cuba... Anyway, let's see what you guys using to catch that ash.
  5. Looks like Trump is shutting things back down... The Trump administration on Tuesday imposed new restrictions on Americans going to Cuba, banning the most common way Americans travel to the island. The United States will not permit group educational and cultural trips known as “people to people” trips to the island, the Treasury Department said in a statement. Those trips have been used by thousands of American visitors. The administration said that it will also no longer permit visits to Cuba “via passenger and recreational vessels, including cruise ships and yachts, and private and corporate aircraft,” methods that many Americans have used. “Cuba continues to play a destabilizing role in the Western Hemisphere, providing a communist foothold in the region and propping up U.S. adversaries in places like Venezuela and Nicaragua by fomenting instability, undermining the rule of law, and suppressing democratic processes,” Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury Secretary, said in a statement on Tuesday. The announcement came nearly two months after John Bolton, the president’s national security adviser, said the Treasury Department would “implement further regulatory changes to restrict non-family travel to Cuba.” https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/04/travel/cuba-travel-restrictions-trump.html
  6. Saw the article hit CA this morning. Has anyone been? Is the selection really going to be better than some of the better LCDH?
  7. Forgive me if this has been discussed before. As I read the current US treasury regulations (questions 31 and 32) I understand this to mean there is no limit (number of cigars) that can be brought back as long as they are claimed to be for "personal use." Additionally, any value you declare over $800 will be subject to duty (see bottom of page two / top of page three). I have read several things that mention a 100 cigar limit however, nothing official states a specific quantity limit. Am I trying too hard to beat the system here?
  8. Sorry I'm not the best picture taker and I am using an iPhone camera. Hopefully these can help...

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