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. Youīre probably expecting something really exciting, but in reality, Bayamo was our first taste of small town Cuban life. Itīs 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 …

Museo del Carnival

A travel blog entry by thewalkers


There's a lot to see in Santiago de Cuba... when it's open. Every museum, attraction, church etc. seemed to be closed for one reason or another. 'Between exhibitions', 'closed for January', 'being re-decorated' and only open on Saturdays were the first four we encountered. Further down the list was the Museo del Carnival, a small provincial exhibition showcasing their annual knees up, a la Rio. Except a bit ...

Lets get further!

A travel blog entry by maich


... a small charming city with amazing Cuban street food, that even I could pay in Cuban Moneta Nacional. In the evening I went for improving and practicing to a recommended but almost empty bar. And got to know the local fellow Albierto for a chat in ...

In Castro's footsteps

A travel blog entry by bdsearle


... On the street he flagged down a friend who took us to a great restaurant with the most amazing pork chops imaginable.

The next day we had organised a tour to Altos de Naranja with the same driver from the previous day. We got there without issue and waited around for a jeep to take us up the absurdly steep 5km road (45 degrees). We had a guide to hike up to Commandancia de la Plata, which was the headquarters ...

Back o'Beyond

A travel blog entry by sundayinthepark


Bayamo was the next stop, a quick hop but one hour or so from Santiago, and a good point to stop on my way to Trinidad I thought. This was definitely not a tourist town, with little to do in actuality, but it was the most authentic experience of Cuba I had. The main square and the boulevard that leads of it is the main hub of activity in the town, although there did seem to be a lot going on my the river when I was there for reasons that I could not ...


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