This attractive street was produced for persons like me–travelers who want pictures!
The Capital and reality.
It really is fascinating to stroll by way of Habana Centro. It really is colorful like Habana Vieja but not as touristy.
Antonio, a friendly nearby that knows how to model.
A couple of children playing in the yard in Vedado, exactly where I stayed.
I saw several groups of guys playing dominoes on the street. It reminded me of how a lot I played the game as a kid.
Just practicing my street photography expertise with Habana’s colorful buildings.
The view from the rooftop of the Iberostar Hotel
Sunset is often attractive on the malecon (ocean drive).
Vinales is a UNESCO heritage web site for apparent factors.
The valley is largely occupied by sugar, coffee and tobacco farmers.
The entrance into a cave!
In town the casa particulares all looked the exact same. So cute and colorful.
P.S. Casa particulares are rooms travelers can rent from locals.
A horseback ride tour will take you to a coffee, rum and sugar farm.
The caballeros all hung out whilst we tasted rum and coffee.
Appear at that machete!
He is the son of the owner of the tobacco farm. He rolled that cigar appropriate in front of us.
About an hour away by scooter is a little fishing village, Puerto Esperanza, that has zero vacationers. I loved it.
Varadero is a attractive beach about two hours east of Habana.
Varadero is well-known for its clear water. It was insanely attractive!
The well-known 50s style taxis.
Can you see what is in the background?
My favored portion of Varadero is exploring the caves. This is Cueva de Saturno, which is a drive from Varadero but it is worth it. You can swim in it!
You cannot swim in Cueva de Ambrosio but it does have bats and cave drawings! It’s a good quit when it rains.