En-la-lancha

Photo Feature by Juan Suárez

HAVANA TIMES — Havana Bay and the ferry that crosses over to Regla contains a lot of memories, both fond and tragic, as well as daily routines for residents of the community facing Old Havana.

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For those worshipping Yemaya, the goddess of the ocean, the shoreline is a special place. Today we take a ride on the ferry and get a view of both sides of the bay.

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7 thoughts on “Havana Bay and its Ferry to Regla

  • Thank you for sharing that. A slice of history which I imagine is reflective of a lot of countries with Afro/Caribbean populations amongst them. For me it reminded me of West London in the 1960s, although the music would have been Ska and Reggae.

  • Thank you for this. i presume the bar is Dos Hermanos?! A few changes from over half a century ago as these days you rarely see a man wear a suit unless he is a compere. *Who produces the suits Cuban officials wear anyway?) More importantly, regular night ferries have long gone. Still, I would recommend to any tourist to leave Habana Vieja behind and explore a different planet called Regla.

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