Delsa Pena, 85, lives alone in a small dark apartment in Havana and spends her days walking around the city so that she doesn't feel too lonely. She has six children, 14 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. "The hardest experience in my life was when my husband fell in love with another woman and I had to leave him," she says. "I've always been unlucky in love," she adds. Of Cuban women she says, "we are beautiful loving and respectful. Before the revolution, we were domestic servants but now we have more rights and possibilities."