On our way to Barbados last week, we flew right by Cuba, so I thought this week would make the perfect time to feature this book from Conner Gorry. “100 Places in Cuba Every Woman Should Go” came out a couple of months ago. Per Amazon:
“100 Places in Cuba Every Woman Should Go is written by Conner Gorry who is a New Yorker who but has lived in Havana since 2002. Conner works as senior editor for MEDICC Review and contributes to many newspapers and magazines. The 100 places profiled in this book are the result of decades of travel, research, and living in Cuba by a US journalist with uncommon access, ensuring travelers incomparable experiences. Much more than a prescriptive list, these narratives incorporate adventures and mishaps, insider opinion, slang, gossip, and conversations with Cubans during a historic shift that saw Soviet support evaporate, Fidel Castro take his final bow, economic reforms whiffing suspiciously of capitalism, and quasi-normalization with the United States.”
Grab it: Grab “100 Places in Cuba Every Woman Should Go” by Conner Gorry on Amazon from $14.98.
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