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Portraits of Cuban Taxi Driver in Cienfuegos.

Portrait of a Cuban Taxi Driver

Here’s a street portrait of of a Cuban taxi driver I met while backpacking in Cienfuegos. On my second and last day in the town, I hired him to go around because I wanna see more of the French art deco buildings which can be found everywhere around this small Cuban town.¬†Among the many taxi […]

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Things to do in Cuba: Explore the streets of Havana.

Things to do in Cuba

Here is my own list of things to do in Cuba. Or a list of things I did in Cuba. Now that Cuba and the United States are fixing their long-time political brouhaha, it won’t be long that American visitors will be flooding to the Caribbean’s largest nation soon. And when hordes of them are […]

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A Day in Cienfuegos

A Day in Cienfuegos

From Havana, it takes 4.5 hours by Viazul bus to get to Cienfuegos, a city whose urban center is declared as a [easyazon_link asin=”B00AWPWOKW” locale=”US” new_window=”yes” nofollow=”default” tag=”pridecostume-20″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” popups=”yes”]UNESCO World Heritage Site[/easyazon_link]¬†due to its old, historical buildings which are mostly art deco and colonial French. There’s really not much to see and […]

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