Letter from Havana

Visiting Havana is like travelling in a time machine to a film-noir inspired past.
From the classic American cars to the sunglass-wearing secret police and the city’s
crumbling visage, Havana looks and feels stuck in the Cold War. Disembarking
from the plane and walking through the airport, there is no commercial advertising
or any newsstands. No newspapers, no magazines, no monitors displaying the latest
CNN headlines.

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