Cities, Photography, Travel

Cuba Photo Diary Part 1: Havana

 

Cuba seems to be everywhere these days, from travel blogs, to instagram, to facebook, everyone is going to Cuba. With travel only so recently allowed for US citizens, and with the future of this new opportunity in question, it makes sense that people are flocking to this colorful country. While this new wave of tourism is great for the Cuban people, it leaves me with a bit of a dilemma. Do I make yet another post about Cuba? What can I say on how to get there or what to do that hasn’t been said a thousand times already? Instead, I’d like to show you the country the way I saw it, starting with Havana.

 

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Overall, Havana was a fun city, but it was not my favorite. Stay tuned for more pictures from Trinidad and Viñales!

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Havana, Cuba: A photo diary

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7 thoughts on “Cuba Photo Diary Part 1: Havana”

  1. Your photos are really beautiful and they reminded me of the time I spent in Havana. I really hope to go back soon, I’ve made dear friends while traveling there and I would love to see them again.

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  2. There’s always more room for posts because it’s your perspective. 🙂 Magical and special Havana! Gorgeous photos. Cannot wait to go back in August. I’ll keep my eyes peeled for your next post. 🙂

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  3. All photos I see of Cuba make me really want to visit. It looks gorgeous with its colourful buildings and vintage cars.

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