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Cuba Libre (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this series, I shared how Cuba became the focus of my PhD research in diplomacy and international relations. For Part 2, I hope to capture the surprisingly diverse flavors of The Forbidden Island in the folowing photo essay.

From the capital of La Habana and Hemmingway’s favorite haunts, rooftop samba parties,¬†goverment issued food ration booklets and near-empty store shelves, out to the sea-side and Hemmingway’s home, volunteering at an organic farm, tobacco plantations and lush countryside, Cuba is so much more than classic cars and rum soaked nights. (Although that’s pretty cool too.)

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Viva Cuba! Cuba Libre!

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