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The Cuba Wanderer is a Traveller’s Guide to Cuba, not a tourist guide. A fresh alternative to the mainstream guides. For a new kind of “traveller” who is interested in sharing, exchanging and listening rather than consuming and judging. #FortuneTraveller #Cubawanderer

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Award Winning Photography by Max Taylor of Loose Canon NYC.

Max picked up a camera a little over a year ago and left his job in finance some 6 months ago. Max has found he is much happier behind a lens than a desk. Winning Weather.com and Toyota's photography competition has been a tremendous validation of his transition from Wall St to St peddler. You can normally find Max selling his photos to travelers at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge, but I found Max walking on the Malecón in Havana, Cuba.

30 amazing days wandering dirt roads and back alleys.

Please enjoy this collection of Max's photos taken during a month of exploring across four cities in the fascinating country of Cuba.

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Travel Essentials for Cuba

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Our Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

These will be our listed questions and answers, all to be commonly asked in some context, and pertaining to a particular topic on Cuba.

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Cuba Wanderer - Sasha

Cuba Wanderer is a comprehensive Traveler’s Guide to Cuba, not a tourist guide. A fresh alternative to the mainstream guides. For new kind of “traveller” who is concerned with sharing, exchanging and listening rather than consuming and judging.A philosophy of peace, sustainable development either economically, environmentally or socially.

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