Travel is a privilege I hope we never take for granted. We are incredibly grateful for the opportunity to visit #Cuba recently. As I write in this article, it’s been five months and we’re still processing the sights, sounds, and conversations.
I’m also grateful for the opportunity to share travel experiences through writing. Everywhere we go, every person we meet, the philosophy that we’re all connected, more alike than different, and “in this together” rings more loudly and true. Thanks Intrepid Travel for the forum!
Hope you will give this story a read and when you can, plan your own visit to Cuba, one of the world’s most beautiful, friendly and fascinating countries.
Coming next week, Total Cuba Immersion (meaning: I will finally share photos and stories from the trip. Long overdue, I know). Thanks for following!
HAVANA HAVE-TOS: THE EXPERIENCES YOU CAN’T MISS IN CUBA’S CAPITAL
As I began to write this assignment, to share Havana have-tos from experiences on a recent trip, I thought about the friends my husband and I made along the journey.
Ana studied architecture in college and now manages her family’s homestay business as well as crafts exquisite jewelry from metal objects. We shared homemade vegetable soup and life stories one rainy afternoon at her kitchen table. She and I are the same age and, together, found humor and comfort in our “getting older woes.” After a week, it seemed we had always known each other.
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