Casa Anita Fonseca

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Trip to Cuban Hinterland

A travel blog entry by fourontour


... under the watchful eye of the Historians. The cost to do so, seems at odds with the poverty, that is endemic in Cuba, being evident here also. The outskirts of Trinidad are far from affluent, and I doubt very much that any Convertible Pesos (CUCs - what tourists use) are seen here. The place we stayed the night at Los Helechos (Tops..), would have been a Communist Party holiday retreat similar to those in the Communist Bloc during the ...

Trinidad timewarp

A travel blog entry by samandmegan


... 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!

We we learnt

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.

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A travel blog entry by breadstickstu


... You couldn't help but peer inside, it was like they were on display. Black and white family photos hung in most, again decorated in furniture from decades ago, but despite the lack of modern fittings and fixtures, their homes were pretty and neatly presented. As we peered respectfully inside their homes, many felt empty but in others a family member could be seen just rocking back and forth in a chair, watching the world go by. It was so rare and nice to witness a ...

18th to 22nd November - Trinidad

A travel blog entry by stuwelly


... a bike for the next day and also book onto my firstdance lesson for 5cuc, back to the casa for a shower then my class. We were learning the rumba, me and a french lady a maleand female teacher, just as we were getting each phase something else was added, hudson I know understand what you mean by the importance of the 1,2,3,4,5,6,7...basic step...1,2,3,4,5,6,7....feet apart, without these prompts I was next to useless, and the concentration level high, thankfully the lesson was ...

A little bit of Cholera..

A travel blog entry by muzbec


... Trinidad was a well preserved Spanish colonial settlement and built on huge sugar fortunes during the 19th century. It was declared a Unesco world heritage site with rambling cobbled streets, occupied by country folk on donkeys, kids playing ball in the streets and women running the daily chores to keep the family ticking along. All roads lead to Plaza Mayor the towns pretty main square and ringed by impressive pastel coloured mansions. There was a plethora ...


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