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Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... Don't think much has changed since! The Russian truck ride to the start of the walk was fun - Drew thought it was like a roller coaster! The driver certainly got some speed up going downhill. The walk was just like going through the NZ bush, as there were quite a few similar flora. The guide (about 60, grew up with American teachers, so had an American accent as he spoke English/Spanish) was great telling us all about the different flora ...
... for the house that Megan has already made extensive plans to buy and renovate once foreigners can buy assets in Cuba. I'll send Kevin Mcleod an email to pencil us in for the first episode of Grand Designs Cuba!
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Trinidad is a spectacular place with beautiful old houses and other architecture, friendly people and an amazing natural setting.
I love smoking cigars on horses.
Trinidad is a small beautiful city with rich Spanish colonial architecture and cobblestoned streets.
Music and dancing on the steps next ...
... service rep. Our casa owner can't dial international numbers. And to top it off, the also stupid real estate agent in Brisbane is a month behind paying back our bond to us. And they emailed to say they left the last digit off our bank account number, and now instead cheques will need to be banked into our separate accounts. Which will take another week, given it's almost the weekend. So we have about $100 left we can actually access on one card until we get to Colombia and can ...
... the station we went. Now the bus was not full but we had to wait in this line that no one but us seemed to actually wait in. Everyone else just went to the front of the line....until Rachel started throwing elbows. Cubans tend to be short. Rachel is not. Smiley face.
We got the last two seats on the bus.
Trinidad is simply lovely. A quiet little town a few kilometers from the beach, its old town is a UNESCO ...