Where can you find 50's old american cars being used as taxis? Havana Cuba Transport of every style! Four legs, two legs, wheels and engines keep us on the move in Cuba. Cuba has the perfect climate for orchids, which brighten up every garden or patio! Havana's Malecon is the coolest place to be on a hot day! Come the evening its the hot spot for courting couples and wandering musicians. Taxi! You can ride in style around the city in one of Cuba's beloved American cars from the 1950'2 As night falls in Havana and the heat of the day cools slightly, the Not all the old cars in Cuba are shiny and beautiful, some are waiting for repairs! El Pideo Valdez Cuba's super hero! Single handed he set off the Spanish Conquistadores... Local transport in Havana Vieja! These bici taxis are invaluable for getting about on the rough and narrow streets. Havana Vieja and the hustle and bustle of the morning! A fine Cuban cigar takes expert knowledge to create! The aroma is intoxicating! The Escambrian Mountains are the back drop to Trinidad's sugar cane cultivation The land mark of old Havana!  The Capitolio is still being repaired slowly... Old American cars are popular local taxis now, most abundant in Havana, Cuba Local transport in Havana is always packed to the hilt with workers! Enjoy an old fashioned shave or haircut in the barbers shop and keep up to date on the gossip! Cuba Taxis come and go at a leisurely pace in front of Hotel Inglaterra, Havana, Cuba. Cuban street artists can express their ideas without censorship, visually. These brightly coloured murals brighten up dowdy buildings in many cities. Havana's landmark lighthouse guards a natural harbour fiercely attacked by pirates and empire building rivals.  Spanish Conquistadores built these fortifications to last! Cubans and their animals work hard to cultivate the land in traditional methods! Its not a life style choice, its necessity! Fishing boats bob quietly in the famous harbour which has little traffic these days! Vinales produces tobacco for  Cuba's best cigars. Colonial houses are often left to decay but their value is being recognised in Cuba La Habana the old Spanish capital that has seen better days but has a romance of its own despite the revolution! traditional farming methods are maintained from necessity rather than choice in rural Cuba Wooden houses are still popular in the rural areas of Cuba where life moves at a slow pace


Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. — Mark Twain