I was Ernest Hemingway's cook in Cuba
For almost 20 years, the Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway had a house on the Caribbean island of Cuba.
He wrote some of his best-selling novels at Finca Vigia, his large country house overlooking Havana.
Famous American movie stars, such as Gary Cooper and Ava Gardner, were regular guests there.
As a young boy Alberto Ramos worked at the finca, and later became Hemingway's cook.
Now in his 80s, he shares his memories of the hard-drinking novelist with Witness.
Witness: The stories of our times told by the people who were there.