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Cuba Havana

Havana, Cuba – Our Journey Back In Time – Part 1

By on February 5, 2017

Havana is a unique city, it defies logic, sensibility and all traditional customs. Its turbulent history has seen it occupied by many different countries. The Spanish were the first to import African slaves to work the plantations. Sugar soon became the new white gold and a few individuals grew…

Trinidad, Cuba


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Cuba Trinidad

Step back in time to Trinidad, Cuba

By on October 26, 2016

Once a thriving Port and sugar town, Trinidad in Cuba is now simply a city of remnants. In the 1800’s the French and Spanish shipped thousands of African slaves, to work in the sugarcane fields. Today it is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Bicycle Cuban style


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Bicycle Cuban Style

By on October 17, 2016

I spied this bicycle leaning against the wall opposite the Casa in which we were staying whilst in Trinidad, Cuba. At the time I liked the contrast of the geometric mechanical components against the texture of the decaying wall beyond. Downloading the photo later…

Steve & Sharon
Perth, Australia

We are an Aussie couple on a midlife walkabout, exploring the world at our own pace. Over the years we have become unashamed addicts, in search of that next travel fix. We invite you to share our adventures and look forward to hearing about yours.