With no internet connection or any way to get a forecast, the best we could do was look up at the sky, gather up all of our optimism, decide it was good enough to go out, and set off into the valley on horseback.
These magnificent beasts were parked outside our casa when we arrived back from the valley.
In what appears to be a closed down storefront in Viñales, there is an ephemeral ice cream shop.
The tobacco farms in Viñales Valley produce some of the best cigars in the world.
This may give you some sense of what it’s like to travel in Cuba.
Buying goods in Cuba can be tough, especially if you get outside of the tourist areas.
Trans culture was surprisingly visible out and about in Cuba! Especially in Central Park.
The vertical, low-tech lifestyle of street-vending in Havana.
The Museum of the Revolution: As Americans, we didn’t feel much love here.