Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean, a tropical paradise where lovingly preserved 1950s American cars adorn streets lined with crumbling, centuries-old buildings. And, somehow, the seemingly incongruous all fit together in one of the safest and most photogenic countries in the world.
A living museum, Cuba effortlessly appeases all the senses. With its warm, educated, population and famed for its hand-rolled cigars, rich coffee, exceptional rum, stunning tropical vistas, unrivalled cultural heritage and infectious music, Cuba is like no other place on Earth.
In this beautiful book, Wayne Gerard Trotman captures the wonder and inherent beauty of Cuba's stunning landscapes, idyllic beaches, unique architecture, rare classic cars and multi-ethnic people.