While in Cuba, I had the opportunity to travel from Havana to Guantanamo by route of a rugged and choppy two lane highway. The journey in our green taxi lasted nearly 16 hours. I was able to see so much of the country from the busy streets of Havana, to the green valleys and then to the beautiful beaches of Baracoa. This was my first time in the Caribbean, and it did not disappoint. I have been to a few south american countries, but I have never been to place with water painted such a beautiful shade of emerald green, or to a place with a sky so blue. The country was filled with natural beauties, old buildings that had character, and a people that were genuine and caring. I have so many stories, but I will save them for my book.
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|Such a beautiful sky|
|This place is called "las salinas", I was told it was the place my grandpa used to escape|
|We took like 15 people to the beach in our taxi, these guys were on the roof|
|Somewhere in Havana|
|This was like the boardwalk|
|Just a quick break|
|In San Antonio|
|Me and the witch|
|Walking through the streets of Havana|
|Some cars were impeccable|
|This was in "La Plaza Del Revolucion"|