Cuba Ingenuity

I thought I'd share a few amusing sights I saw in Cuba proving Cuban ingenuity–necessity is the mother of invention after all! Cuba, 1997RoderoBuy this Art Print at BICYCLES The bicycle is the main method of transport in Cuba not because people don't have cars but because they can't afford gasoline for them. The [...]

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Cuba, Si! Err, No. Well, Maybe

Photo byLeszek Majkowski. Cuba produced a lot of different reactions in me and I saw it through a lot of different eyes. As I review my journal entries, my opinion of the place seemed to swing from wildly positive to darkly negative. I was always learning something though, always being surprised for good or bad. [...]

Settling into the RD

RD = Dominican Republic (initials in Spanish ordering of course) After almost two weeks here I am starting to settle in. Unfortunately, I started my visit to RD with five days in the capitol, Santo Domingo. Not being a novice to Latin American cities I should have known better. Actually I had some stuff to [...]

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