In Havana, there are plenty of taxis available to both locals and tourists. They range from classic American cars, through ladas to rickshaws.
The most unusual is the yellow globe-shaped vehicle, a sort of engine-powered rickshaw. They have two passenger seats at the rear, three wheels, and a 75cc two-stroke engine. They are known as Coco Taxis, because their shape resembles that of a coconut.
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 10 January 2017
Part of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge