Cuba seems like a water-rich country, with abundant rainfall, rivers crisscrossing the island and groundwater that bubbles up in turquoise springs. But it has always struggled to provide enough fresh water for its people. This story is part of a “ McClatchy Drea Cornejo
Cuba seems like a water-rich country, with abundant rainfall, rivers crisscrossing the island and groundwater that bubbles up in turquoise springs. But it has always struggled to provide enough fresh water for its people. This story is part of a “ McClatchy Drea Cornejo

While tourists drink water out of a bottle, Cubans ration and boil a limited supply

May 25, 2017 06:30 AM