Posted on December 23, 2017May 20, 2018 by cranksetHavana to Soroa Fishermen stand should to shoulder, plucking fish from the surf along the Malecon seawall in Havana. A man in a horse-drawn buggy making his way along the Carrretera Panamericana. What is considered alternative transportation in the United States is considered primary in Cuba. Bicycles were common on the roadways, and motorists were accepting of our presence. Homage is paid to La Revolucion at every opportunity. A concrete sign announces arrival at Mariel. Our tremendous hosts for the evening had a cat named “Mr. Trump” — likely a nod to their common tonality.