"A farmer approaching foreigners to offer them a tour on horseback near Viñales, at Cuba's northernmost end. Tourism is inescapable in today's Cuba. Selfies on the Malecon. Shots of classic cars. Che T-shirts. For Cubans, this is the highest rung in the emerging economic order, for now. And so they scrape together what they can to offer services outside their areas of specialization. Here, doctors drive cabs, engineers hawk tamales and working farmers hustle to sell horse rides to travelers.
As President @barackobama travels to #Cuba for a 3-day visit — the first by a sitting president in 88 years — we're sharing photos from a recent journey across the country by @nytimes journalists. Visit the link in our profile to see the full photo essay. #nytweekender" By nytimes on Instagram.
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