Collected by Martin Herrera
Obrapia, La Habana, Cuba
Encarnito it's a character I met as I was walking down Obrapía in Old Havana. I peeked through the window and liked 'the picture'. He invited me in, and we talked for a long time. He faught in the second squadron during the revolution, under Raúl...
Malecón, La Habana, Cuba
The malecon (boardwalk), that spans for over 4.5 kms along the coast of Havana, it's a gathering place for people as the sun sets down. The breeze (which combats the otherwise overwhelming heat of the city), the fishing and not least important the...
Regla, Havana, Cuba
Right across the bay, facing the Old Havana port, it's the fishermen town of Regla. There is a very simple boat that crosses people over several times a day. It's an opportunity to experience a more 'local' and genuine Cuba, further from the...
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