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This is the queue outside the phone card shop in Havana, since we failed to take one in Viñales.

Why we left too soon for the April Sun in Cuba

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“Things won’t get any worse than here, other parts of Cuba will be much more enjoyable.” “Don’t say that, you’ll jinx it” Jinx it we did. That night we discovered Gregory. Gregory was our add-on traveller. A frighteningly lumpy-lump where…
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IMAGES FROM A CUBAN ROAD TRIP

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If a country is to be judged by the vehicles its citizens drive then Cuba is truly a complex society. 1950s Chevys, Fords, Buicks and Pontiacs cram the boulevards of Havana. Along the Malecon cruise Soviet-era jeeps, Moskvitch cars and…
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THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST

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ERNEST HEMINGWAY AT FINCA VIGIA, HIS HOME OUTSIDE HAVANA. What’s in a name you might ponder? Well, to be someone really important in Cuba it’s a big advantage if you’re called Ernest. Restaurants, hotels and bars the world over claim…

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