by Bob Henson; Birmingham, AL
The last time I saw Havana was in 1959, when I was sent to “Gitmo” with a US Navy Air Group. That was a long time ago, but when my wife, Phyllis, and I arrived there with an Insight Cuba group on Feb. 27, 2014, it seemed that little had changed — same cars, same crumbling stone buildings, same crowded, potholed streets.
Only recently has there been a mechanism in place to allow US tourists to travel to Cuba and, equally important, reenter the US legally. A limited number of American firms has... CONTINUE READING »