By Jake Meyer ~ Today was our last full day in Miami so for our farewell dinner we went to the birthplace of the Cuban sandwich: Café Versailles. We were told that the restaurant was very popular so we might have to face a Cuban-esque wait time before getting in. We describe such delays as … More Versailles: a Political and Culinary Icon
By Bri Vazquez Smith ~ Today we went to Florida International University for a lecture and conversation on US Cuba relations led by Jorge Duany, Director of the Cuban Research Institute at FIU. I think it’s always interesting to hear different people’s opinions from both sides, and he shared a popular opinion, that the embargo … More US-Cuba Relations
By Asa Schauffler ~ The story of the Cuban Revolution can be told in many ways, but in Cuba you will mostly only hear it told one way, but if you are lucky like I was, you might get some input from people or a person whose opinion many contradict what the Cuban government wants … More You say you want a revolution?