- A Cuban woman mops the floor of a courtyard in Old Havana.Havana sunsets don’t need filters. #playitadel16El relojero. The watch repairman at work. In other parts of the world it’s easier to buy something brand new than to have it fixed. In Cuba it’s the opposite. Things break again and again and you fix them because “new” usually isn’t an option.A baby dressed in Santería clothing travels on a bici-taxi in Old Havana. Dec. 17 is “el día de San Lazaro,” an important holiday for both Catholics and worshippers of Santería in Cuba. As well four years ago today was when President Barack Obama announced the US would change its policy towards Cuba. Being here to witness firsthand the excitement that Cubans felt that their lives and island might finally change was one of the greatest privileges I have ever had as a journalist. I hope to see that optimism return to Cuba again soon.The doggie in the window.British under the hood... another one from the old car rally this weekend.Great @cimafunk show last night at La Tropical, he’s huge in Cuba and is coming for the rest of the world.Checking out the old cars on the malecón today with my little guy.Love traveling, love coming home.Trotsky’s office. This desk is where Leon Trotsky was fatally struck by an ice axe wielding assassin. Stalin had for years tried to kill Trotsky and his agents finally caught up with his former comrade in Mexico City. The book “The Man Who Loved Dogs” by Cuban writer Leonardo Padura tells the story of Ramón Mercader, the man Stalin sent to kill Trotsky.Relics of the Cold War: Apparently it used to be a thing in Cuba to give out little bags of sand from Playa Girón. Known in the US as the Bay of Pigs invasion, the battle there was a crucial turning point for the Cuban revolution.Stage made of old Coca-Cola signs at the Swedish-Cuban restaurant Casa Miglis.At the park around the corner from my house my kids and I came across these Cuban girls practicing for a performance they are going to do at their church.Ernesto “Che” Guevara keeps watch at the hospital Cira Garcia in Havana. Fifty one years after his death, Che is still everywhere in Cuba.The Queen of Quinta...A young Cuban girl dances at a performance in Havana. I am always amazed by the incredible sense of rhythm little kids have here (much more than I had at their age or now).Good morning Havana.The twins are two! Happy birthday kiddos w/@cubajournal.Some final pictures of mine from the caravan before I head back to Havana. Despite all the political noise, you couldn’t help but be affected by people going through an incredible ordeal that will continue for days and weeks to come.Faces of the caravan: As a caravan of thousands of migrants from Central America heads towards the US border with Mexico, the Trump administration is sending the military to the border. Here are some of the people Trump says present a danger to the United States.