When You Visit Cuba, This Is What You'll See
You'll see a million amazing things. Here, a few pictures from a visit five years ago
- •Yes, you'll see laundry. But you'll also see. . . life: Windows are open. Doors are open. And, most of all, people are open.
- •You'll see layers. Is it a metaphor? Or is just peeling paint?
- •You'll see the way it was. Turn the corner and walk into a different decade.
- •You'll see all of those postcard moments—the old ladies puffing the stogies, the classic cars—but you'll also see things you never expected.
- •Maybe you'll see a dramatic pose or two.
- •You'll see architecture that's colonial, colorful, Caribbean, and communist.
- •Elbows. You'll definitely see elbows.
- •You'll see streets bustle and bop like 42nd Street.
- •You'll see a little bit of life in every crack and corner.
- •You'll see this a hundred times.
- •You won't see many shopping carts overflowing with food.
- •If you can get yourself to the top of a building, you'll catch sweeping views like this.
- •Oh, and you'll see cute little fishing boats bobbing on the tide.
- •You'll see that, thanks to those big ol' classic cars, parking is insanely tight.
- •Hopefully, you'll see this.