2013 Cuban Streets

As with most things Cuban, for a smallish country, we witnessed some extreme diversity of style, atmosphere and apparent financial ease as we travelled down through the island: some places felt like cowboy sets straight out of a spaghetti western; others were fishing villages that, although still scared from the big hurricane the previous year, seemed well-kept and in the mountains where electricity had only arrived 6 months previously, we met an attitude to envy as the new commodity was viewed with mixed feelings – being recognised as a responsibility that would bring duty with it as well as recognising the opportunities it might offer.

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