- Never get tired of this. #cuba #habana #lahabana #havana #oldhabana #lahabanavieja #cubans #cubanos #ig_cuba #ig_americas #ig_caribbean #street #dailylife #street #calle #drone #drones #cubadrone #dron #aerial #aerials #drones #malecon #sea #mar #ocean #seafront #aerialvideo #cnn #cnnhavanaOver Havana’s train station.How cool is this... Drone footage of a shipwreck in Guanacahabibes National Park in Pinar del Rio, Cuba.Waiting to watch car races at an abandoned air strip in San Nicolas de Bari, Cuba.Fishing with inflated condoms to help the line float farther out to sea. Is there anywhere else in the world where they do this?Hello gorgeous... Calle Galiano in Centro Habana.Direct hit. Looking up as I walked my kids to school this morning I saw a crop duster turned into anti-mosquito spraying plane buzzing us. There are reports of dengue in my neighborhood but the Cuban government has remained tightlipped about how many cases of dengue and zika there have been this summer.The Cuban word “guajiro” refers to people from the island’s countryside. A lot of times it can be used as an insult, to say a person is simple or backwards. Some historians think the word may be derived from “war hero” as veterans of the Spanish-American war received a special stipend from the US. Whatever the explanation the guajiros I met have been the loveliest, most generous and hospitable people. The best part of my job is getting to step into the shoes of people who have had a totally different life than my own.At 5am exactly a year ago today I took this photo of Hurricane Irma slamming into central Cuba as a category 5 storm. People in the Caribbean are still recovering from Irma and Maria and it looks like September is going to be a busy month for hurricanes.Young man and the sea.Heading home from school on the ferry to Cayo Granma.Doorway, Old Havana.Quimbombó... Okra is plentiful in Cuba but draws strong reactions from people. Do you love it or hate it?There’s summer and then there’s the month of August in Havana.Martí.My Jedis.... my eldest two close out the summer playing with glow sticks on the beach. The glow sticks I bought in Walmart in Mexico months ago and had been saving until now.Outrunning the storm on the boat to Cayo Levisa.Scuba divers crossing.Early morning in Old Havana.¿Que bola? “What’s happening,” in Cuban slang. What are some of your other favorite Cuban sayings and expressions?
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Documenting my long and complicated move from Seattle, WA to Havana, Cuba