Some favorite photographs of Havana.
This is taken from the “Casa” (which rented out 4 rooms) where we stayed in Old Havana and views from it.
Here are some of my favorite photographs (that I haven’t posted already) of old Havana.
Once we got back to Havana (Hah-Bah-Nah Koo-Bah), we ventured in the old city (centro), where there are many fascinating doors, cars, people and buildings.
Later we went to the cemetery where over 40,000 people are buried (they consolidate and bury deeper within the family plot).
We also went to the Alamacenes San Jose Artisan’s Market where many excellent craftsmen sold their works. (Yes, of course I bought some).
Towards the end of my stay, we went to the Castillo De Los Tres Reyes Del Morro with it’s lighthouse.
On my flight home I realized that I flew to 8 different places in 2018, a record for me. (Hawaii, Germany, Wyoming, New York, Singapore/Thailand/Maldives, New Orleans, Boston and Cuba).
On to India this month to help my church (University Fellowship in Eugene) with their support of 2 orphanages, water wells and a widows home.