There is something about the worn and wrinkly faces of old women and men that make a fab picture. This woman is a Cuban citizen and seems to spend her time people watching out her window.
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“Onward to victory.”
Pictures of Che Guevara can be found all over the streets of Cuba.
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I think this is such a fantastic portrait of a woman in Cuba. Both men and women alike enjoy a good Cuban cigar.
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Fantastic architecture found in Cuba circa 2010. Those colors make me happy.
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A great view of the capitol building in Havana, Cuba. So majestic!
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One of the things that they fail to mention when you fly on Cubana is how scary the old planes can be. With mist spitting out of cracks and ice forming on the ceiling, I honestly would rather take a Private Jet Charter to the Caribbean island instead of the offered choices. At least you won’t have to worry about dripping air conditioning vents or mist that looks like you’re getting gassed.
And while you are there, you may consider the Rent a Car service to help you get around the island. Not only is there a lot to see but the bus system there for tourists is quite pricey. You can get around on your own schedule and on your own time by renting a car.
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To add to your Cuban Soviet experience, nothing completes it like instructions on how to close the door in Russian AND English! Oh Cubana Airlines, how wonderfully outdated you are!
A throwback to a time of only female stewards, this moving museum will keep you chuckling for sure. Oh Cubana Airlines, how you crack me up.
Welcome to the Soviet era plane that you will be flying out of Cancun to Havana. Complete with metal furnishings, you cannot go wrong with the decor.
Trinidad, Cuba is a stark difference to Havana. In the big city you are looking at crumbling buildings while here, the city is almost pristine. A new discovery awaits every corner. Have your camera ready.