Tag Archives: Havana

The Prisoner’s Village

I’d have felt boorish if we’d visited Cuba and not checked out Havana, but the words “beach vacation” ricocheted around my brain. After all, this trip was my escape from the rainy season. I booked three nights in a hotel … Continue reading

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Serial quitter

This January, I almost quit smoking. Again. I can hardly keep track of the myriad times I’ve almost quit. I started smoking at about twelve, and have continued off and on for most of my adult life. Luckily, I’ve lived … Continue reading

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Havana by Horse and Carriage

Cuba is a trip in a time machine, and cars are the gateway. As Jack furiously snaps shots of meticulously maintained vintage Chevies, Fords, Studebakers, Packards, Pontiacs, Plymouths and Buicks from the 40s, 50s and 60s, his camera seems another … Continue reading

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