Cuba seems to be lost in time, somewhere in the 1950’s. It’s not just the old American cars in the streets or the exquisite colonial architecture with peeling paint in Old Havana. Instead, it’s a sense that the world of modern tourism has somehow largely bypassed the Caribbean’s largest island. This mixture makes Cuba an undeniably enticing destination. It’s only a matter of time before American-imposed travel and trade barriers fall. No doubt millions will come to Cuba when flights from Miami resume. Clearly, the time to go is now!