Every year I learn a lot, about people, about places, about cultures, about foods, about trials and about victories. The greatest gift I receive every year is by far the people I meet and get to share genuine moments with. Thank you sooooo much for enriching my life! Guess I’m an old man now and I should stop doing stupid things.
My first trip to Cuba 🇨🇺 was a very enlightening experience. To better understand your roots or where you come from (your past) helps you better understand what’s in front of you (your future). Living in a nation full of immigrants I am proud to say that 1/2 of my family is from there and living in Miami. I think more credit is due to the Cuban influence that shaped the growth of Miami.
As an island with over 11 million inhabitants, you will surely find them to be some of the most resourceful people in the world. Coming out of the darkness of communism I believe in the future of #Cuba and can’t wait to go back again!
The hostel we stayed at in Havana was one of the most unique and beautiful places I’ve ever inhabited. My curiosity was rapid firing and I could barely control my fingers as I was shooting everything in sight! It was really nice to have a safe and beautiful place to hang out in-between our adventures around the city. More pictures of the hostel, the garden area, and the lovely humans who occupied and ran the place to come on the @catching_culture blog!! #Cuba#travelblogger#travel#hostel
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Photo by @pedromcbride // Reflections: When I reflect on my travels, it is always the people I meet that make the trip memorable. The warmth of the Cuban people has kept me coming back there for decades. I’m excited to be teaching a photography workshop this November in the Eastern stretch of this Island that is trapped in time and coated in music. To learn more follow @pedromcbride. #Cuba#photography#travel#petemcbride