Our nine day people-to-people adventure ended in the city of Havana. It was the culmination of a trip that was a long time in the making. Throughout the trip, we met amazing entrepreneurs and artisans, traveled to UNESCO World Heritage sites, and experienced the everyday life of Cuba. It was one of the most eye-opening and enriching adventures. As a traveler, going to Cuba requires some flexibility, especially with the lack of conveniences like internet and ATMs, but everything is worth it in order to visit during this special transition time in history. Things are changing fast in Cuba that is is hard to keep up. During the month we visited, the travel restrictions were gradually easing up, free enterprise was creeping in, and flight routes from the US were being restored. The world is a bigger place. It was a moment in time that will never be the same for Cuba, and an opportunity to photograph it all.
Havana is lively, expressive, soulful, and filled with eye candy (colorful cars ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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