This was an amazing trip to Cuba soon after travel to Cuba was allowed for cultural exchanges. We visited cities, farms, a fishing village, schools, a model commune, and more. We were impressed by the warmth of the people, the vibrant music and the richness of their culture. Their economy was frozen by the embargo and lag behind by decades, but Cubans are creative and seem to live happily with their limited resources. The opening up to the outside world can only be good to the people there.
Here is a YouTube
video showing an overview of our trip. Click Play then the
at the lower right corner for full
(Click any thumbnail
below to see the full size image.)
Cars - The largest
collection of 50's cars in the world