Thursday Doors # 18 Havana, Cuba

After Tikal, I headed to Caye Caulker in Belize, Playa del Carmen  and Chichen Itza in Mexico. Looking back through those photos there are no doors, beautiful Carribean seas and beaches and fantastic Mayan ruins but no doors!

So with that in mind, let’s hop on a plane and head to Havana, Cuba. People sit in doorways making music or watching the world go by. Many of the doorways are grand, a symbol of the grandeur that once was Havana but is now crumbling.

 

I wonder how things will change now that the doors of diplomacy have opened between the States and Cuba. I hope the people retain their warmth and welcoming nature and things don’t become too commercialised and worldly wise. There was a simplicity about life and a love for it. I hope Cuba maintains its identity and holds it own in this new era.

In response to Norm 2.0‘s Thursday Doors

Yoroshiku Onegai shimasuimages (1)

Leanne

 

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19 responses to “Thursday Doors # 18 Havana, Cuba

    • Thank you. I wonder how much Cuba will change now the doors are open. I am off to the Galapolas Islands, Easter islands and the mainland south America in Dec Jan! looking forward to it. I used your Riding the wave of hope post as inspiration for #151 on you inspire me. Please check it out. I have linked it back to you. It might be #152?

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      • I’m so excited for you and can’t wait to read your posts. We’ve been wanting to visit the Galapagos Islands for a while now. Thank you so much for the tag! Loved the idea and the theme.

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