Cuba can portray itself
as the archetypal image of a Caribbean island
with its sandy, palm-fringed shores washed by
crystal-clear waters and cooled by breezes carrying
the scent of frangipani, mango and guava.
But Cuba has so much
more to offer those who venture away from her
beaches; to the towns and cities boasting Spanish
colonial architecture and grand plazas, where
classic automobiles labour along streets and country
roads, and the hip-swaying sounds of salsa music
fill the night air.
Together with cigar
smoke and rum cocktails, baseball, and everywhere
visual references of the 1959 revolution, these
picture-postcard portraits of Cuba encompass a
more complete illustration of the largest island
in the Caribbean.
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