Jackson Square on the only day that wasn't raining
Obligatory beignets at Cafe du Monde
Cuba Road Scholar
My trip to Cuba was cut short by the Coronavirus pandemic, but I had a great five days before we had to depart early.
The 13 of us (out of 24) who braved the trip. Also with us are our bus driver (back) and the dance teacher (in the center with the red top.
We were told these were the best Pina coladas in Cuba! They were very good.
A Cuban Bordega
Parque Jose Marti
Located in the historical center of Cienfuegos, declared by the UNESCO Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity in 2005, it is one of the greatest symbols of culture and identity of that province known as the Pearl of the South. It was proclaimed a National Monument on October 10, 1978.
Cuban students on an outing
Old cars are primarily for the tourists
The view from my window in the Hotel Nacional. We will probably be some of the last Americans there for a long time. During the pandemic, Trump imposed a ban on staying at any government hotel in Cuba. All hotels are government owned.
One of the most iconic photos from Havana
Covid-19 Pandemic Travel Restricted
Asheboro, N. Carolina
Zora and I escaped the pandemic for two days at Getaway, tiny cabins in the woods of Asheboro.