Apr 10, 2013
Panama City and Havana offer very different tastes of Latin America
A decade of frenzied construction has made the city a centre of modern architecture - and notorious for poorly engineered "ghost high-rises," so named because several sit eerily vacant.
George Haslam and Friends
George Haslam, the Preston-born baritone saxophonist, is proud to tell that he led the first British jazz band - a quintet - to perform in revolutionary Cuba in 1986.
The Winnipeg Free Press
The true Cuba
Havana residents enjoy an afternoon chat on their balconies across from Parque Central.