This week’s Mexico Minute is a bit different since we’re not featuring Mexico, rather this is Havana, Cuba. The city is one of the most interesting places to photograph and we couldn’t limit ourselves to just one picture so we made a photo album instead. To browse the album just click on a picture to start and use the arrows from there. Be patient, it may take a second to load. Enjoy!
José Martí overlooking Plaza de la Revolución.
Havana Cathedral, Old Havana.
Love the ferris wheel in the background.
Old cars and older buildings.
El Prado promenade
Another statue in a park.
“My mojito in La Bodeguita. My daiquiri in El Floridita.”
A reminder of where we were.
José Martí Memorial overlooking the Plaza de la Revolución.
A little light reading.
Che, Fidel and Camilo Cienfuegos.
José Martí memorial in a park.
Cristobal Colon Cememtary
A woman in her laundry room.
The average wage in Cuba is around $20USD per month.
Fishing by the Harbor.
I never caught her name but this lady in Havana was way less concerned about the road condition than we were.
12″ Vinyl for sale.
Guess where this picture is from? If you guessed Cuba, you’re right!
La Malecon at sunset.
The Presidential Palace
Massive Che Guevara sculpture.
Che and Camilo in the Revolution Museum.
El Morro Castle
A reminder of Hemingway’s lasting legacy in Cuba.
Cohiba makes cigarettes too.
Friendlier than the real Fidel.
Ceiling of the Museo de la Revolucion.
José Martí International Airport
Classic Cars in Havana.
Mojitos at La Bodeguita del Medio.
Havana as seen from the Malecon.
Havana skyline and Capitol Building.