Earlier this year Complete Cuba and The Rangefinder Gallery cooperatively held an exhibit of photography from past Complete Cuba travelers. This is a brief three minute video of the gallery show.
Recently Amy and I spoke at the Chicago Travel Meetup about travel to Eastern Cuba. This blog post represents much of what we discussed at the presentation and answers to many of the commonly asked questions. As Cuba became a more popular travel destination during the last 10 years, more and more Americans began traveling to Cuba. In fact President Obama became the first U.S. President to set foot on the island in 90 years since President Coolidge last departed.Read More
Have Tuesday evening free? Interested in traveling to Cuba? Complete Cuba's Amy Gardner and Keith Sbiral will be presenting at the Chicago Travel Meetup Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at Sully's Tap House, 1501 N Dayton St, Chicago. Sign up at the link below!
This week we are announcing our November 2018 trip is open for reservations. We are already over 1/3 booked on this trip, so check out the website for more information and let us know as soon as possible if you would like to join us for this Eastern Cuba + Havana adventure!
This week I simply grabbed an image randomly from a download of images I took in 2016. There are certainly many sides to Cuba. The Complete Cuba includes many aspects that are not as attractive as a 1952 Mercury rolling down the road.
This week the Image of the Week is by Complete Cuba's very own Keith R. Sbiral. "The dog ate my shoe." Leica M (Typ 246) 50mm Summicron. Santa Clara, Cuba.