Time for a throwback to our Cuba trip! As you could read in my previous post about this trip, we absolutely loved Havana. We visited several neighborhoods, each with their own vibe. In this post I will tell you about them and share our favourite places in each neighborhood, most of them bars or restaurants. Advertenties
If you ever go to Cuba, here’s my number one advice: stay in ‘casas particulares’, not in hotels! They are much cheaper and are a great way to meet the locals and experience Cuban culture. The basics: what is a casa particular? As the name says, these are private homes of Cuban families, where you … More Casas particulares in Cuba: our experiences and tips
As you may have guessed from my photographs, I absolutely LOVE colorful places and especially houses. They never fail to lift my mood! My home country, The Netherlands, is not exactly the best place for this, mainly featuring brick-colored houses. But these next ten places I visited are perfect for color lovers like me:
In April, we spent 2,5 weeks in Cuba. Since my husband (still sounds weird!) likes to travel at a more relaxed pace, we chose to visit just a few places and take our time exploring those. Looking back, we are very happy with the choices we made, so I will share our itinerary with you for inspiration. … More Cuba at a relaxed pace: our 2,5 week itinerary
Cienfuegos is called the Pearl of the South with good reason. This city on Cuba’s south coast has so much class! It has amazing colonial architecture and chique avenues. It feels like a world apart from all other places we visited in Cuba. Cienfuegos is often skipped by tourists, but it truly stole our heart. … More Chique & classy Cienfuegos
You might be able to tell that I am all about colorful photographs, and Cuba is thé perfect place for taking colorful pictures! Especially Havana is a photographer’s paradise. It was my first trip using my mirrorless camera, and I was not disappointed. In this post, I am sharing some of my favourite photographs of Havana.
In April, we spent 2,5 weeks in Cuba. Since my husband (still sounds weird!) likes to travel at a more relaxed pace, we chose to visit just a few places and take our time exploring those. Looking back, we are very happy with the choices we made, so I will share our itinerary with you for inspiration. … More Seeing Cuba at a Cuban pace: a 2,5 week itinerary