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... garbage, people..then there were few cowboys, practicing their horse riding skills. Cuban young men are very fit, so they were really good sights for us. We went through cobblestone paths, Sharon giving away candies to little kids, taking pictures of the sights and people. There were people who called onto us to get their picture taken..they were a friendly lot.
At one such house, we met a lady who was sitting with her neighbor. Because of the heat, I ...
May 30 - Trinidad founded by the Spanish in 1514 is the second oldest town in Cuba. It was about 90 minutes from
Cienfuegos and well worth the day trip. Amazing old city with a lot of culture and cobble stone streets, music and great vibe. Highly recommended.
We climbed the church bell tower for an amazing view over this old city we could see ...
... That way everyone is happy. There doesn't seem to be any problem with religion in this so called communist state, although Ely says that if you want a career in government you wouldn't want to be openly religious. Spend the late afternoon at the beach swimming in the warm Caribbean Sea. No beach towels as the hotel has run out of clean ones, "one hour" we are told, but when we return to our room 2 hours later there is still no sign ...
... it as if the clocks stopped in the 1800s and you're stepping back in time. The initially wealth of the town came from the sugar industry, but after other areas were developed for sugar production trinidad almost went to sleep, in the late 80s it was awarded a unesco status, and since the money has been comming in from the tourism it brings. A quick navigation of the place, back for food and an early night
The next day over breakfast ederkie sits and chats with me, he ...
... Havana from a dirty water tank. But not at at worried we did try the pizza only because we wanted pizza. And my god, it was the most insanely delicious pizza either of us had ever had. For 6 Cuban Peso or around 30 cents you received a pizza piping hot right out of a drummed fire made from exquisite home made dough with a sprinkle of the creamiest, melted cheese and any other topping you desired. It was incredible...so we had it daily! Then we explored the town. ...