In Cuba, the pace of life continues to remain unhurried

HAVANA – In Cuba, it sometimes seems time stopped in the 1960s. Despite a succession of sweeping changes in recent years-rapprochement with the United States, Fidel Castro’s death-the rhythm of life on the is land remains as languid as ever. In Old Havana, locals still watch life go by from the balconies of their dilapidated colonial…

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