Category Archive: Central America

Trinidad, Cuba – cobble stone, sun, historical architecture and the sea

As the scorching sun sets on another hot Caribbean day in Cuba, the cobbled stone streets of Trinidad warm up for a big night ahead. As locals spill onto the streets and rooftop… Continue reading

Mi casa Su casa

“I have good place for you in Trinidad, nice house, good people. Vinalez, I have casa, is small, but people are beautiful” said Anna Santa Maria, the casa owner of 639 Neptuno Calle,… Continue reading

The many social and artistic layers of Ciudad de Mexico.

The smog haunts the city like Monet’s Londres, le Parlement. Trouée de soleil dans le brouillard and the sounds of impatient horns eco between the Aztec, Teotihuacan and Colonial infrastructures that make up… Continue reading