Cuban fast food, there's no McDonald's so the food that Cubans eat on the go tends to be simple sandwiches like the one above or simple individual sized pizzas.
Parque Central with the statue of Jose Marti.
Nacional Belles Letteres Museo. I ended up seeing a fascinating documentary film by Johan Grimonprez playing on loop in one of the exhibits called Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y (1997), about the numerous airplane hijackings the late 60s and 70s.
A historic drugstore in Old Havana.
A typical vegetable stand in Havana.
And a typical butcher-note the lack of refrigeration.
An example of the foreign backed businesses that are starting to emerge in Cuba's new economy. Miglis is run by a Swedish owner and has a continental menu of appetizers and mains. I ate with Charlie and a couple of his Canadian fiends who were discussing plan to open a Canadian style bar in the near future.
I had Chile Lamb, which was more like a stew than I had imagined it would be.