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Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... gear but saw nothing
really except sea grass. Besides two
huge hotels there is only a little bar there that sells sandwiches and
beer. Needless to say, we decided to
take a taxi back from the beach instead of being a sardine in a can again. Yesterday we took a tour of the nearby
mountains and a guide led us through the forest to a beautiful waterfall, a 4km
Near the Plaza Mayor, in the center of
town, is Casa de ...
... hotel for a buffet lunch, the first buffet meal (other than breakfast) of the tour. Whoever said that Cuban food was good, just not very varied, has never eaten here. They had salads, breads, fruit, chicken, fish, beef, spaghetti and meatballs, tamales, beans, hearts of palm, Russian salad, French-friend onion rings and so on-and judging from what I ate and the reports of my fellow tourists, it was all delicious.
... br style="font-family: monospace; line-height: normal;">Even searching for a good meal in Cuba took on a heavy Spanish flavour in Trinidad- much like Don Quixote and Sancho wandering the countryside in a delusional attempt to find a damsel in distress, we scoured the streets in an equally delusional attempt to find a tasty meal. They did things to a pizza that would be considered criminal in most civilized countries.
... lunch we explored the side streets on our own for awhile and then met up again to visit what is known as a Casa Particular or what we know as a B&B. This home was privately owned by a family who had lost much when the government confiscated private property. It was a large family and had owned 7 homes and a tobacco business. They were allowed to keep one home in which they now live and rent 2 rooms to ...
... by CIA forces, instantly martyring him and ensuring him a huge role in the hearts and minds of Cubans that’s continues to this day. The streets of Cuba are decorated with huge political slogans- viva la revolucion and revolucion is socialism and such like writ huge in stern lettering. Paintings of Che, portraits of a young Fidel, it’s all there splashed across casa and shopfronts. Souvenir shops all seem to sell the same things, much of it covered with ...