The Basilica Menor de San Francisco de Asís in Havana. Construction began in 1580.
Every city needs a statue of a naked woman wearing high heels, riding a rooster and holding a giant fork.
Statue of José María López Lledín, a well-known and popular street resident of Havana who died in 1985. It is considered good luck to pull his beard and finger while stepping on his foot.
Trio of old cards in Havana. Nearly all the classic American cards in the city are taxis.
El Capitolio in Havana, was the seat of government in Cuba until after the Cuban Revolution in 1959, and is now home to the Cuban Academy of Sciences. It's design was modeled after United States Capitol
Tobacco leaves drying in a barn in the town of Viñales
Cigar rolling demonstration in Viñales. Gotta love the Michigan t-shirt
Our B&B for 2 nights of our stay in Cuba. Casa particulars have become very common since 1997, when the Cuban government allowed Cubans to rent out rooms in their houses or apartments to tourists, providing Cuban families with new sources of income.
If there's music playing anywhere, then people will be dancing
Early morning street scene in Havana
Early morning sunshine following an overnight rain in the city of Trinidad
Once you get out of the cities, horse carts are still a primary form of transportation
Swimming hole with a waterfall at the end of a 45 minute hike in a national park near the city of Trinidad
Black market banana transaction
Typical steet scene in the city of Trinidad. A well preserved Spanish colonial settlement frozen in the 1850's. The entire city is a Unesco World Heritage Site