What comes to mind when someone says Cuba?
I first found out about his country five years ago from Beyonce, and ever since then, it’s been on my bucket list. Spending five days here gave me a glimpse of how life used to be back then, from old buildings to vintage cars. I felt safe here, even when I was carrying cameras! The people were amazing, friendly, and would usually approach me and ask me to take their photo.
I was detained in the Immigration for two hours but I managed to get out despite not speaking a word of Spanish. My take away from that experience is to always make sure I have internet and speak at least the basic language of the continent I’m visiting. For instance, in Latin America, they all speak Spanish, so I guess it’s time to learn this beautiful language soon!
While on this trip, I randomly asked a guy from Madrid to go out on a date with me.
This Cuba trip is definitely one of the books because of the amazing memories!
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I can’t wait to bring more Filipinos here from everywhere in the world. This is helping me make my vision and mission alive, bringing every unknown destination closer to the Philippines. <3