Cuba

Three weeks in Cuba, enjoying the easy living on tourist resources. Beautiful beaches are not frequented by the locals, except for fishermen. Music joints are mostly frequented by tourists who can afford them and don't get tired of Buena Vista Social Club covers. Cigars and rum round off the colonial feeling.

Pelicans and Fisherman live in symiosis at Varadero beach, as the Pelicans point out where the fish are, and are fed with the catch in return.

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Sunrise swim at Varadero beach  

Pelicans at Varadero beach  

Pelicans at Varadero beach  

Pelicans at Varadero beach  

Pelicans at Varadero beach  

Pelicans at Varadero beach  

Pelicans at Varadero beach  

Pelican at Varadero beach  

Fisherman and pelican at Varadero beach  

Fisherman and pelican at Varadero beach  

Pelicans at Varadero beach  

Pelican caught fish from waterat Varadero beach  

Pelican swallowing fish at Varadero beach  

Fisherman throwing net at Varadero beach  

Catch at Varadero beach  

Pelicans at Varadero beach  

Pelican at Varadero beach  

Ché Guevara monument at Plaza de la Revolucion, Havanna  

José Martí monument at Plaza de la Revolucion, Havanna  

Street in Havanna  

View of Capitolio, Havanna  

Street view, Havanna  

Street in Havanna  

Graffiti, Havanna  

Playing chess at Malecon, Havanna  

Malecon, Havanna  

Malecon, Havanna  

Malecon, Havanna  

Building in Havanna  

City squares are often wifi hotspots  

House in Havanna  

Vinales  

Vinales  

El Nicho in Topes de Collantes, Cienfuegos  

Playa de Cayo Jutia  

Playa de Cayo Jutia  

Lighthouse with original lenses (1902), 100W Halogen, 13s off, 2s on  

Lighthouse at Cayo Jutia, built in 1902 by Barbier et Bénard, Paris  

Pizzeria in Batabano  

Columbia Grafonola (ca. 1910) Gramophone at Palacio de Cantero, Trinidad  

Playa Larga  

Playa Larga  

Street talk in Sancti Spiritus  

Street talk in Sancti Spiritus  

Street talk in Remedios  

Doves at dawn at Varadero beach