Casa Arturo & Esmeralda

Calle Zenea#56e/Wiliam Soler y Capote, Bayamo, 85100, Cuba | B&B
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Ka-Bla-Mo! - Bayamo

A travel blog entry by barrysarah


The title of this entry might be a tad misleading. You´re probably expecting something really exciting, but in reality, Bayamo was our first taste of small town Cuban life. It´s the kind of place that you could visit for an afternoon and still manage to see it all. We spent two nights there, and it was a real test of our ability to entertain …

Day 8 of Cuba tour - to Baracoa via Guantanamo

A travel blog entry by calsanders


... the mountains. We stopped for some more photos but it was incredibly hot as we picked our way across a white coral platform.
The road wound (peligroso) up and up into the hills, it got wetter and mistier so that when we eventually got to the top of the pass and stopped at yet another lookout to take photos you could see nothing but fog. The Latvians bought some red skinned bananas from the locals which they kindly passed around for everyone to try. They tasted just ...

Day 7 of Cuba tour - Santiago de Cuba

A travel blog entry by calsanders


... of General Antonio Maceo, one of the foremost revolutionaries of the 19th century wars of independence. We move on to the cemetery Santa Ifigenia which has lots of military tombs and tombs of the heroes of Cuba including Carlos Manuel de Cespedes and Jose Marti. It also houses the tomb of Emilio Bacardi, the famous industrialist and founder of the Rum dynasty. He also has his own museum and school of music in the city. No pictures as it's 5CUCs It is getting hotter, not a breath of wind. ...

Day 6 of Cuba tour -Camaguey to Santiago de Cuba

A travel blog entry by calsanders


Today we have another long drive, but worse than yesterday's as the roads are much worse. Breakfast at the Gran Hotel is indescribable so I'll skip it. We drive past endless fields of sugar cane and bananas. The Latvians take pictures of everything. We are sure they are spies. Either that or they work for the Latvian tourist bureau and are doing a comparison report! We have to stop to take pictures of a sugarcane harvester. It doesn't look too bad actually, I've seen similar ...

Pilgrimage to El Cobre, Bayamo & Camagüey

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco


... dropped off at a carriage factory, where traditional horse-drawn carriages are constructed—like the ones we had just ridden in—as well as souvenir models. The carriage factory, founded in 1961, has 33 workers. Rather than making a set salary or an hourly wage, in this particular factory the workers are paid by pace. When we arrived, they were each working on a separate piece of a small-scale carriage.


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