the history and town which we would recommend over taking an over crowded bus tour.
(we later found out Beyonce & Jay-Z ate there as well on their trip). It over looked
Cristo de La Habana, the water and the streets of Havana. Other places we got to see were,
The Museum of Revolution, Hotel Ambos Mundos (the charming coral building above where
Hemingway lived for a while), Cementerio de Cristóbal Colón, the beautiful Havana Cathedral
(rumour has it Christopher Columbus’ remains once resided here).
Candy coloured lined streets and old cars were a feast for the eyes, but we also learned about
the difficulties of everyday life for the people of Cuba, and a lot of history about this land.
The people of Cuba are so grateful to tourists and can use all the help they can get to support their families.
Travelling has a way of opening our eyes to different cultures, sights, colours and more ways we can be grateful.
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