We were lucky enough to pick somewhere with a really beautiful little plaza out the front. Arf, it’s too cute. There’s even a guy playing a double bass… Is this real life?
I don’t know… well, anything about cars. But this is a pretty nice one.
We walked down to the Malecon again. Picked a new restaurant for lunch, with $2 cocktails. I miss those.
After a kind of scary experience with some Jineteros, we headed down to the waterfront. From a distance, the city looks beautiful in a pastel 1950s way. But when you get closer, you see how it’s crumbling.
Pretty sure those are aeroplane seats attached to that bicycle. People in Cuba are unbelievably resourceful.
Exit casa. Turn left. Snap photo. Turns out to be one of my favourites from the entire trip!
About 6 years ago, this girl developed an interest in photography. And unlike a lot of other things this girl had tried to pick up, she managed to stick with it through all these years. So, here we are now. With a brand new blog, and six years worth of photos. Where to start?
Let’s skip the learning curve thing. Because I spent a few weeks in Cuba this year, and holy moly. What an experience. I’m going to just jump straight to sharing some of my favourite shots from that trip.
Day 1 – The view from our bedroom window in Havana