Posts Tagged Cuba

Cuba – A vintage car heaven or A car graveyard

Spring has sprung and every now and then I see a vintage car getting an air bath with its proud owner driving leisurely down the street.

This post is to celebrate all old cars that have been given a new lease of life, especially the ones I saw in Havana, Cuba.

I want to believe that they are living their second life because their owners had no option but to hold on to them.

Enjoy America’s gift to Cuba!


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And there are the Russian cars…………..

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Waakye in Cuba

Imagine one’s shock when a platter of waakye was set on the table.

Cuba was supposed to be a quick dash away from the cold in New England, a walk at the beach, a little warmth not too different from the weather in one’s dear Accra but definitely not Ghanaian cuisine.


Not that one is complaining or anything but to see Cubans pour libation after breaking a new bottle of rum definitely made one very comfortable.

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