Day trips from Havana

By Conner Gorry, Lonely Planet
Beguiling and enigmatic in no small measure, Havana ignites the collective imagination. Clearly a dose of magic is at work here: how else could Cubans keep those pre-1960 jalopies on the road, fight global isolation for more than half a century and continue dancing and laughing in spite of it all? The bewitching Cuban capital is addictive, but as with any vice, survival may require respite from the irresistible. Continue at BBC- Lonely Planet Page

You can check out other great articles from Conner, who lives in Cuba for 10 years at her blog:

 

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