I'll Get You Around Town

It's a bit exciting to watch as Cuba and America restore ties. Each small development a new milestone. Earlier this week, the first US cruise ship docked in Havana since 1959. While only 700 passengers visited on the cruise, it's only a matter of time before Cuba prepares herself for the massive Caribbean cruise liners. I wonder, what do those passengers expect when they arrive in Cuba?

I have to imagine, a good number of them may not be prepared for the current state of infrastructure there. It's not on par with other tourist destinations in the region, but it's not terrible either. While the roads may be bumpy, and the cars quite antique, it's still a lot better than other forms of transportation. I keep wondering, what will Cuba be like in 5 years if I go back again? Will I even recognize it after the American tourist invasion?