Top Down, Empty Roads in Cuba

A rented 50s convertible (with driver) took us to Cayo Jutias, a slice of paradise an hour or so away from the tobacco-strewn fields of Viñales, Cuba. Just looking at this shot puts me right back into that zone, which happened to be our first taste of the Caribbean Sea on this particular trip. Another perfect day.

Pinar del Río Province, Cuba, 2011.

4 thoughts on “Top Down, Empty Roads in Cuba

    • Hi Bob,
      There were three of us and we paid 60 CUC all told for a morning pickup, full day on Cayo Jutias and return trip at sundown including park entrance & tip. The driver stayed while we played. It was well worth it!
      Cheers, d.

  1. Ah, such a great ride in that cool car…and the beautiful scenery and gorgeous sunshine just made it even better! One of my fave times from our Cuba trip!

  2. Pingback: First Light in Viñales « David Niddrie Photography .:blog:.

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