In the U.S., our images of Cuba tend to be eye-popping visuals — colorfully-dressed Cubanos sporting Churchill-size cigars, chromed and creaking 1950’s-era American automobiles, aesthetically-crumbling Colonial Spanish architecture. What you can’t see in pictures, and what’s best experienced in person, is the soft feel of the tropic air, the smells of cooking and the tang of…

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