B&B Williams Montoya

Address: Calle Marti 287, Baracoa, Cuba | B&B
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This B&B is located on Calle Marti 287, Baracoa.
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Travel Blogs from Baracoa

Day 9 of Cuba tour - Baracoa

A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 23, 2014

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... Most interesting part was a hummingbirds nest with 2 chicks in it. Cuba has the second smallest hummingbird in the world.
At the end we had a drink of chocolate which was very nice apart from the fact they had added a ton of sugar to it.
Then we went of to lunch, after waiting a bit for a broken down truck to be removed from the narrow unsealed road out of the "farm". The restaurant was down by the river Toa, which is the longest navigable ...

Sancti Spíritus: Guayaberas & Love Letters

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco on Mar 21, 2014

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... of the shirts made in Sancti Spíritus is stitched by hand, including the embroidery, which takes about one and a half days or 18 to 20 hours to complete one short-sleeve guayabera. Keep in mind the Guayabera Project only has one tailor! In order to operate as a private business they pay the government 20% of their yearly profit and maintain the building they're located in.

In addition to making the guayaberas, the Project also instituted a social project ...

The Farms and a Pig Roast

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Feb 06, 2014

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... pool and pack. At 5:00 PM we went to the House of Culture to see the Lively Bells, a children's choir which was formed to provide an outlet for kids who have behavior problems. They were very good. Afterwards Joli had organized salsa lessons. My ankles were very swollen again so we went back to the hotel and didn't go to dinner, which we didn't need after the huge barbecue. We spent the evening in our room where I elevated my feet and we finished ...

22nd to 24th november - Sancti Spiritus

A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Nov 22, 2013

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... in at 8.30 when he calls for me. Hector speaks a little english but we manage to understand each other mas or menos. He takes me to la casa de trova in town where live music plays and we have a few more beers. Im the only extranjero (foreigner) in town it seems, bus loads came in during the day for day trip and restaurant meal, I get a lot of stares and questions from various of hectors friends, one yabbers away at a high rpm rate I ask him to slow down I only speak a ...

Excursion to the Yumuri River

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Aug 30, 2013

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... saw the picnickers arrive with a huge keg of mango marmalade which they were going to mix with river water for the children to drink, a chilli bin with beer and Ron and maybe salads and lots of other stuff. The picnickers were Cuban - Aimara said it was complicated, but basically they just decided they would go as there wasn't anyone to stop them even though they weren't meant to. It's a mixed up crazy world over here including pigs playing volley ball on the ...