Casa Colonial Yalina y Gustavo

Address: Flor Crombet No. 125, entre Frank País y Pelayo Cuervo, Baracoa, Cuba | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Flor Crombet No. 125, entre Frank PaĆ­s y Pelayo Cuervo, Baracoa.
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    Travel Blogs from Baracoa

    El Yanque

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on May 06, 2015

    ... story is more interesting than most. He's here solo and on holidays. Being a Spanish speaker it was interesting to get his take on the country, but almost all of his experience corroborates mine in regards to the way we are treated by the locals. Speaking Spanish does not make you exempt. He also explained a little more about the local currency. It has occured to me that despite my aggravation at being ripped off in peso only street food they may overcharge on CUC's because ...

    Baracoa - Cuban paradise

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jan 09, 2015

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    ... said that it is because of the small size and beach front location but everyone also explained how in Baracoa people are genuinely nice and are not trying to steal your money. It took some time adjusting to everyone helping us without asking for money but it was a pleasant change and made talking to locals much easier and much more enjoyable. I became a Baracoa lover just like the others in just 4 days. On our last full day in paradise we decided that we would go on ...

    Feliz Navidad: Langosta y Chocolate

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Dec 28, 2013

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    ... to subsist; the other 30% they can sell and/or make things from to achieve a further income. With standard state wages of around USD 16 per month and less for farmers, this is key to achieve a decent living standard. Our guide for the day, Oscar, showed us the various stages of homemade chocolate production and we tried both eating and drinking chocoate, both of which packed a powerful punch. Next stop was a nearby river, where we were able to swim in the fresh water. It was ...

    Chocoholic

    A travel blog entry by gracetravels22 on Dec 26, 2013

    Today we had breakfast at 8am. We went to the base house and everyone got into two jeeps. Our first stop was for pictures and to stretch our legs. The next stop was at a woman's house who made and sold chocolate. We learned how chocolate is made and bought her whole stock. We got back in the jeeps and went to other sight seeing spots. After the other spots, we came to a small town and walked around. We bought a cocoanut from a mute man, ...

    Excursion to the Yumuri River

    A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Aug 30, 2013

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    ... hassled in the street. They always get someone approaching them - being blond and young isn't always an advantage! We have decided to stay in town so James can go to the colonial restaurant for dinner - Santa Barbara lobster on Ed's recommendation - and also have a bit of a rest. Antibiotics not as good as previous ones so taking a while to kick in. Have just waved our new family off on their adventure and I am enjoying the 7 year old Ron with some crackers before we venture ...