If you think of Havana, you immediately think of the numerous colorful vintage cars that can be found everywhere on the streets.
The bright yellow moving eggs, also called cocotaxis, don’t just drive at Easter. They are also part of the cityscape all year round and you don’t have to search for long. They are a quick and uncomplicated alternative to move through the colorful and lively city in an airy but at the same time protected from the sun.
It looks funny when they drive through the streets closely packed, almost like an oversized string of pearls or a mobile egg march.
The picture was taken at the end of April 2018, on my first visit to Havana, Cuba