I recently visited Cuba with a group of artists from Colorado. The sun, the water, the sand were all great. At one point I realized I'd been neglecting the ocean and stood in the waves. But it was Havana that stole my heart. The streets are always active with amazing and kind people. The cars are out of another age, and the food was ...ok. During one of our final evenings on the island, we took a 10 mile walk around the city. Tourists lined the streets, but not from the United States. Cuba is a global destination that may be closed off to the US for good after our current presidential fopahs. Something stood out to me that night. There are only certain areas in Havana where wifi is available. We had no phones to communicate just conversation. You see groups of people at night sitting in parks across the city attempting to log in with the rest of the "world."