|Pink Ambros Mundos|
In 1960 when Philip Bonsall, the U.S. ambassador to Cuba and a frequent visitor, dropped by to say that Washington was planning to cut off relations with Fidel Castro's fledgling government, and that American officials thought it would be best if Hemingway demonstrated his patriotism by giving up his beloved tropical home. He resisted the suggestion, fiercely. It is interesting that he only lived for about one year after departing Cuba for the final time.
|The Front of Finca la Vigia|
This is the first of a series that will give you a summary of the huge footprint that Ernest Hemingway left on Cuba. : o)