Havana has virtually no bike paths, no rules for bikes, no bike racks, no infrastructure. Even so, Havana is the Caribbean’s ideal biking city.
Category - Features
The telenovela has gained an importance in the everyday lives of Cubans in quarantine that we could have never imagined.
I spent the entire fall semester in Cuba taking classes at the University of Havana and venturing across the island to explore Viñales, Topes de Collantes, and Santiago.
Irish migrants have been in Cuba since before the 1700s. Some are well known but others have slipped through the cracks of Cuban history.
It's the first time a Cuban medical mission was deployed in Europe, yet it is estimated that between 135,000 and 400,000 Cuban healthcare workers have been deployed...