In Cuba, life is lived on the pavements, in the open for all to see. Here are the people we met in the streets, lost for hours with our cameras in hand.
Sometimes having no plan is the best plan of all… except, it seems, when travelling in Cuba. It wasn’t the easiest place to travel and a few moments had us scratching our heads in confusion. Here’s what we wished we knew before venturing across the Caribbean.
Stray a few blocks from the centre of Trinidad and you will uncover an entirely different world. Colourful and quiet cobbled streets to explore for hours, camera in hand.
We could get lost in Camagüey’s labyrinth of interesting street art and leafy plazas for hours without feeling like a walking dollar sign and for this we loved being here more than any other Cuban city.
Travelling on a budget in Cuba wasn’t always easy. In fact at times it was downright frustrating, but that just meant we had to get a little creative. Here are our top tips to cut down costs in Cuba.
Havana is easily the most expensive city in Cuba. But luckily, with its photogenic streets, seemingly endless supply of vintage cars and thriving street life there are still a few things to be found in Havana without a price tag attached.