When in 1961 Ernest Hemingway left Cuba, after living in Cuba for two decades, the author of The Old Man and the Sea didn't know that would be the last time. He left with the Island with the idea of returning. He didn't abandon Cuba, affirmed Valerie Hemingway, the secretary and former daughter-in-law of the North American writer.
"Here he had his home, his friends, and his boat. Read More