The end of the U.S. Embargo to Cuba marks the end of an era, and the beginning of another.
Of course it's a good thing that President Obama put that shame to an end. Now Cuba may finally trend with other countries and it's legitimate to expect that people there now will have the possibility to live better, with more freedom and dignity.
Internet and cell phones arrived to the Island, so did tourists and big brands. Nevertheless the monster of Free Market is approaching as well: there is something sad in seeing people with university degrees to abandon their professions because they make more money working as cab drivers or waiters. Classic American cars from fifties so typical in Cuba now are being repainted to be used as cabs for tourists.
Books, posters and medals of the Cuban revolution are sold as memorabilia in the street.
Freedom is a very good thing, but it requires balance. Making money is legitimate, but can't become the only future purpose in life of Cuban people.
We still couldn't say how it will be future in Cuba, we can only hope that Cubans won't lost themselves in the process