High Temperatures in our Guantanamo “Spring”


By Reynaldo la O

HAVANA TIMES – Guantanamo barely says goodbye to winter, and the high temperatures are already felt strongly and there is still a long way to go before the summer season.

The heat in the streets is unbearable, there is talk of a very abrupt climate change, but little is known of how to cushion its effects.

You have to walk in the shade and carry an umbrella, it serves to protect us from that intense sun. These are some of the snapshots …






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