Added by on July 1, 2018

Rozz explores Cuba through living with the locals where she tries her first Cuban cigar, meets famous Cuban artists and gets a peek into life under Communism.

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12 Comments

  • barbara yensis borroto 4 months ago

    I teared up watching this… I love my country.

  • Debra Dias 4 months ago

    Looks like a better country than my capilitistic country ie india..

  • Yoyo OK 4 months ago

    Can you post more often

  • Hui Leng Khoo 4 months ago

    Rozz I really love your travel vlogs ❤️❤️❤️thanks for sharing with us all

  • Chase Lim 4 months ago

    YOU CONSIDER CUBA AS "PART UNKNOWN"? LOL YOU NEED TO TRAVEL AND LEARN MORE.

  • Evon T 4 months ago

    Thank you for sharing your travel journey with us. Especially to Cuba. I would never have the chance to visit there ..can’t wait to see the Mexico trip😍❤️

  • George Ong 4 months ago

    Thanks again for this amazing vid!

  • dropthebones 4 months ago

    my current favourite youtube series!!!

  • stan wong 4 months ago

    Azucàr!!!!

  • WalkingAlongLive 4 months ago

    Not saying anything about the country but the THEORY of communism is not bad in itself. I don't like it when people blame communism as it is not the ideology that is at fault here. It is humans that misuse it, dictators, horrible leaders, etc. Condone those people instead, the idea of communism is that all that is produced in a country should be shared evenly between people. Having no class system, everyone is equal. However, the communism in practice for some reason has this one leader instead of a democracy lead by the people, how did that happen? I guess it's because of all the different streams of the ideology itself..

    Anyways, Cuba is still a dangerous country but also seems like an incredible place to be as it is full of culture and has a great atmosphere (as long as you don't do something wrong :))

  • lorna natasha 4 months ago

    I was in Cuba 2 years back – love it! Glad to see another fellow Singaporean visit this lovely country.

  • John Tan 4 months ago

    Another excellent video… really Lovely shots capturing the spirit of the people