Thanks for that. Should be interesting. With climate change as with all things, if people don't want to listen, what more can you do? There's a major problem with generational amnesia and shortsightedness as well as the presumption of mortgaging the future that has got to stop.
To think, those in the 19th century like Picasso's grandfather who went to Cuba to end slavery, studied in Britain in the years Karl Marx was active in London. British ships at the time were trying to intercept slave ships delivering to Cuba.
After touring Cuba in a fabulous MG convertible, here is the lovely couple in the Cayman Islands (courtesy Noblesse et Royauté). Aaahhh Grand Cayman. If I weren't chased by Russians at the moment, I wouldn't hesitate to hug stingrays back. I actually liked the quiet side best, site of the shipwreck. Four Points? Let me check...
Ten Sail!! Big ninny that I am.
Heavenly silence. Photos will appear straight after a few refreshments.