Cuba is obviously one of the most interesting places in the world and this guide will reveal to you its beauty incl. amazing colonial architecture, beautiful nature, classic old cars and very friendly people.
At first sight Cuba may seem like a poor and dilapidated country, but at the same time the island has its distinctive and unique charm and you can breathe her personality from every corner.
The guide will take you through places like Viñales, Trinidad, old Havana, Cienfuegos, Las Terrazas, Camaguey and Santa Clara.
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Download the guide to your smart phone and get more than 60 beautiful photographs with GPS coordinates, offline maps and very useful photo tips from the author.
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More about author Brendan van Son
Brendan is a travel photographer and journalist from a small town in Canada called Rocky Mountain House. After completing degrees in Political Science and Geography in 2008 he headed to South America to take a job that paid him only $50 a week, but allowed him to travel. He knew within 3 days of arriving in South America that he’d never stop traveling, that he needed to find a way to meld travel into his career, no matter what it took.
Over 5 years later now, he’s visited around 80 countries on 6 different continents. He’s done some crazy things like drive a $600 scooter down the west side of Africa. He’s done some amazing things, as well. He counts his blessings that he is able to live this lifestyle.
In the 5 years since he’s engaged in the life of a travel photographer and journalist his work has been in a number of major publications such as The Guardian. His travels themselves have also been featured in various major media outlets such as the BBC, National Geographic Traveler, and others.
He has no intention of slowing down. So if you like traveling and photos, follow his blog http://www.brendansadventures.com.