Let’s get the superficial out the way. Many times Cuba is portrayed as this country that is stuck in the past and Havana as the city of old buildings and cars. Though some of this might be true, it is not representative of what this island is and beholds. In my short stay, I saw and heard the true beauty that lies in Cuba - which I hope to represent through these upcoming series of photos and a story I did. I had many experiences that demonstrated why there is so much hope for this country, my “second country.” This is just the start, hope you all enjoy these upcoming set of images/videos and ultimately the presentation of a story I did on an individual. Once again, thank you all for the support, none of this would be possible without it!
Or… you can go out at fish your own food. The many times I visited El Malecon, there were always people fishing. It seems like these two gentleman got lucky and were definitely bringing back some food.
Street vendors are also very common in Havana. They provide these goods to different neighborhoods at relatively cheap prices. I passed several of them throughout my walks through the city.
As the sun sets on Havana, it does so as well on this set of images. Hope you all enjoyed a little taste of #Havana. I’ll say this much - four days is not enough to explore everything this beautiful city has to offer. Cannot wait to go back and continue working on stories. Stay tuned, as I still have a story to post on a gentleman that I covered a for few days while in Cuba. Thank you all for the support once again!
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