Café Habana, where shots of espresso are made in bulk for just a few pesos each. Plenty of sugar required!
Planetario de la Habana: a really interactive and educational, albeit small, museum. The surprisingly modern space was opened in 2009, encouraged by famed Havana historian Eusebio Leal. And like most attractions in the city, the cost varies: 10 pesos for Cubans and 10CUC (24x the price) for foreigners. Considering the salary difference, the disparity is more than understandable.
Pristine restaurants of Old Havana: mostly for tourists.
Concierto at the Casa Mexico Museum.
School's out! I still can't get enough of those uniforms.
This is the face of a girl so in love that she couldn't tell she had a parasite (downside of traveling).
I realize there will be several of photos of Raul to come. Sorry, but he's my favorite model!
Ecuadorian woman artists presenting at the Oswaldo Guayasamín Museum.
Fiesta at Daysi's house (she's the one in the middle). The walls are covered by her musings. The one that struck me the most was: "Un pajaro con colores definidos muestra el camino, yo no tengo alas para volar", translated as, "The bird with defined colors shows its path, I don't have wings to fly".