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Havana-Guide.com got its start in 2005 as an independent website with reports on the lifestyle and allure of Cuba’s capital city. The website is currently run by Belgian Havana junky Vic Peys and his Cuban partner Jacqueline. Thanks to input from many Habaneros and visitors from over 150 countries, http://www.havana-