Kids and myself are safely housed in Washington, DC, waiting for clearance to go back to Havana. Team Havana is still working to restablish power, water and a safe post-hurricane routine, back home.
A neighbor and friend kindly sent me (this morning) a few images from our block, street corner and crossing main avenue (La 5ta) in Havana. 🤗 . . Glad the worst part of the storm has passed by Cuba and its provinces. 💚 . . Glad to know our friends and the other members of our families are safe back home… our warmest hugs to the many others back in Havana. 💚 As one may see from the last image, the clearing/cleaning the streets/passages has already begun… . . Grateful to have a wonderful 'village' we can count on… 💚 . Praying for the ones on Irma's path… #staystrong
#ladyinred The metaphoric #waitingforIrma image… . . . Plaza de Armas: Havana's oldest square was laid out in the early 1520s, soon after the city's foundation, and was originally known as Plaza de Iglesia after a church – the Parroquial Mayor – that once stood on the site of the present-day Palacio de los Capitanes Generales. . . #Havana #Cuba #UNESCO