Back from Cuba!

February 20, 2015


What an incredible trip! I got back from Cuba late Tuesday night and can't wait to share my experiences. Below are a few picture highlights with more details about the adventure to come next week.

Here is a cityscape image of Havana taken at the rooftop bar at the Hotel Ambos Mundos.


View from rooftop bar at Hotel Ambos Mundos

There's a juxtaposition of old and new, vibrant and dull, that's felt overwhelmingly throughout the city.

Moped parked next to a demolished building

Crumbling building with thriving plants

And the cars! The cars are simply magnificent!

Cruisin' in Havana


A 1920s movie set in the middle of the city

Many more details and pictures to come - stay tuned! And, if you have any specific questions write them in comments and I'll be happy to answer.

- Christina



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