David Laylin ’55

My wife and I recently spent a week in Cuba, traveling legally – by AA charter flight from Florida – under the category “Helping the Cuban People.” That means staying in a private house (Air BNB), eating in private restaurants (delicious and inexpensive) and using private transportation. (The latter refers to bicycle powered “rickshaws,” often emanating loud salsa, or 1950’s era American cars traveling a given route – for $.50, but with up to five passengers.)

I strongly recommend a visit, as soon as possible. Once US commercial flights start, Havana will become a “zoo.”

“Hasta la victoria, Ernesto.”

David Laylin CdeP 1955

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