In the town I grew up in, Cojimar, there is a house/farm known as Fidel’s house. The story goes that Fidel was given this house before 1959.
Nike takes us to an exhibition of the Cuban artist and teacher Joc.
I want to tell you how the day-to-day is being lived in Cuba at this moment.
It’s incredible what people do to eat meat.
In the 1950s, exactly in 1956, with a frequency of three trips a week, the City of Havana ferry started a service between Key West and Havana.
I want to share several stories that are happening these days and that demonstrate the kindness of people, that is, of ordinary Cubans.
It was a very old tree that had never bothered anyone. It is known here in Cuba as the Sassafras tree. It’s delicious scent gives away its medicinal properties.
Cojimar hasn’t had a cultural center for more than thirty years. The old one was based in an old colonial house on Real Street…
Recently the Winter Cat Expo was held in La Quinta de los Molinos, Havana, which I announced in a previous article. Here are my pictures. (26 photos)
I want to make you an invitation to the winter cat show, which will be this Saturday, December 14 and Sunday the 15th in Centro Habana.