"If there were any treasure, do you think I'd still be here?" winked Vladimir, my Cuban scuba guide. "Well, if there are no buried chests of coins, why do people still come here and search?" I wondered.
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A red-lipped, kimono-clad geisha vanishing around a corner. Riverside cherry trees bursting into cloudlike bloom. Zen gardens with raked sand and haiku-inspiring rock formations. There are perhaps few
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