This is a small vending station we spotted in Havana, Cuba. The typical hole in the wall (literally!) establishment that serves people on their way to work early in the morning. By 10am, they’re out of everything. You can also get instant coffee for 5 pesos even though it’s not … more »
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Cuba… the land of salsa, rum and communism!
You think a lot about things one takes from granted in today’s society when traveling to one of the few places in the world that dares to raise up the middle finger to the USA!
Cuba is a land of shortages, that is no secret. We were walking around La Habana, when we came across this pastry shop and noticed the almost empty counter. Let’s just say that a first world problem like “OMG, I don’t know which one to choose!” does NOT apply here. … more »
We started this collaborative series taking a voyage around Asia, exploring popular destinations such as Thailand and the Philippines, and going to others less known yet very interesting, such as Kyrgyszstan. After Asia, we moved onto Africa & The Middle East to mingle with the locals, experience raw landscapes and wildlife, … more »
We can’t believe 2012 has come to an end! Every year I have this feeling that time went by so fast, that I could have done so much more, that there were so many plans and ideas… and somehow I didn’t fully archieve all I had in mind. Well, this … more »
Today’s photo is going to prove to you that no matter where you look and how you click in Havana, your pictures will always be striking! That’s just what happens when you’re in a really picturesque place. Havana takes you back to the 60s. To a different time with different … more »
One could say cars in La Habana are “something else”. But the truth is that they are “the same thing”, just 50 years ago! Roaming the streets of Cuba’s capital city is like traveling back in time. If the architecture is the perfect back drop to create this feeling, the … more »
Today, we completed one year since we left Dubai! Happy we-left-Dubai anniversary! Moving out from the United Arab Emirates meant quitting our jobs, emptying our rental apartment, selling almost everything we used to own and starting to explore the world with more time. Just the two of us. This year … more »
Traveling around Latin America has truly made me wonder how the rest of the world lives without vibrantly colored buildings. In most city centers, be they in Mexico, Cuba, or Brazil – you will find buildings in a multitude of colors. Why live in grays when you can live in … more »
Meet the communist dogs of Havana. They have tons of character and like all Cubans, are used to dealing with adversity. The dogs of Havana are like dogs everywhere else, but they’re real comrades :) (Click i for captions!)
Imagine this: No internet, no cellphones. Life immediately gets far more social. Instead of standing in elevators looking at their blackberries, people actually have to look at each other and say Hi. That is, if there were any elevators! Havana is definitely a blast from the past. Step into the … more »