Many changes are expected in the coming years in this island where time seems to have stopped in the 50s. The reopening of the American Embassy in Havana after more than fifty years and the new diplomatic relations between Raul Castro and Obama's administration indicate a turn in the deep traditions of Cuba. Some signal is already being seen, the wi-fi is present in some streets of the capital and hundreds of Cubans are connected to the internet to talk to each other or with relatives and friends abroad. Other concessions on rigid Castrian's policy are planned shortly, private property is no longer a taboo and those who had lost their citizenship because expatriates can ask to return to their country and return to be Cuban citizens. It will be good, it will be bad? Who knows. What is certain is that something new will be born and Cuba will never be the same.