The Streets of Havana Picture Post

Random pictures taken while we were exploring the streets of Havana.

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Mooky looking out the window as we headed home in a Cab after a fun walkabout.

Ethan standing beside one of the canons used to prevent cars from entering the pedestrian areas of Havana.

Ethan standing beside one of the canons used to prevent cars from entering the pedestrian areas of Havana.

Watching street soccer in Plaza Vieja

Watching street soccer in Plaza Vieja

Ethan started a new game where he would stop walking and then when we noticed would run to catch making race car noises.

Ethan started a new game where he would stop walking and then when we noticed would run to catch making race car noises.

Ethan getting chased by the Cubans

Ethan getting chased by the Cubans. Every where we went he would get doted upon.

Fish any one? Ethan is sweating buckets after several miles of the race car game.

This entire mural is made up of pebbles glued to the wall in a pointillism fashion.

This entire mural is made up of different color pebbles glued to the wall. Pointillism, really cool.

Close up of the wall.

Close up of the wall.

The best Paladar we ate at in Havana.  A bit more expense but the food was inspired.

The best Paladar we ate at in Havana. A bit more expense but the food was inspired.

The best living statue we saw in Havana.

The best living statue we saw in Havana.

Matthew got surprised when he tried to touch him. Look at Ethan’s face, he was totally fooled by the statue and scared for Matty.

This guy was great, he would hold still until the perfect moment and then move so slowly that you might not notice. Other times move fast to try surprise you while you weren’t looking. Ethan is still unsure what to think of this “thing”.

Thar be gold in that mouth!

Thar be gold in that mouth!

The boys response to seeing the cowboys gold teeth.

The boys response to seeing the cowboys gold teeth.

Street magician tin man.

Street magician tin man.

The Granma is the name of a yacht that Fidel and his buddies took from Mexico in 1956 to start the revolution in Cuba.

The Granma is the name of a yacht that Fidel and his buddies took from Mexico in 1956 to start the revolution in Cuba, now its the name of a newspaper.

 

4 thoughts on “The Streets of Havana Picture Post

    • That mural would have taken forever to make. I wonder how they attached them and where they got the rocks with such a consistent color. If you zoom right into the right you can see that the pebbles were not painted after being glued up.

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