Raul Castro's ascension to power is something to dine out on, writes Lydia Bell.
Eight countries, three weeks, 87 strangers: Paul Sheehan boards a private jet for a serial adventure.
From galleries to markets to street art, creativity thrives in Havana, writes Shaney Hudson.
At a convent in the old part of town, Andra Jackson moves to a new beat at summer music school.
On the streets of old Havana, Tony Stephens sees the weight of history and the signs of change.
Shaney Hudson has some extraordinarily good fun mixing with ordinary Cubans.