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Cuban Countryside Through a Tourist’s Eyes

Witnessing the daily life of countryside living through a tourist’s eyes.

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A colorful fruit stand we found in route to Vinales.

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The Cuban people are one of the friendliest I’ve ever encountered. Everyone waved and smiled wherever we went.

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Having a pet in Cuba is considered a luxury. The only dogs I saw in the country side were emaciated strays covered in scars and limping around town. It really hurt me to see these poor animals starving and roaming the streets looking for a morsel of food. I noticed that cat sightings were scare in Cuba and when I inquired I was told that times were tough back in the 90s. I didn’t want to hear anything further about it :(.

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