When NPR’s Scott Simon has visited Cuba, he saw two economies — one for tourists and one for residents. He reflects on whether the thaw between the U.S. and Cuba can really transform that country.
Worth the 3-minute listen.
"The largest hotel company in Latin America is the Grupode Tirismo Gaviota. It is owned by the Cuban military. So while I’ve been glad to go to Cuba as a reporter, I can’t bring myself to return as a tourist.
Maybe now, more Americans will get the chance to see Cuba. And I hope they get to know what they’re really seeing."