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- Is a world Unesco Heritage site
- The world's best place to grow tobacco – it’s where the famous Cuban cigar comes from
- Mogotes: are big humps of limestone – once the land was hundreds of meters higher, underground rivers where eating away the limestone creating large cave systems, which collapsed leaving only the Mogotes we see today in the Kaart Valley
... access at home is still illegal. As Jésus said, “the six-year-old daughter of my German friend is on the internet all the time; I’m an engineer and I can’t use it.” Aside from the problem of how to afford the infrastructure and the limitations of the ongoing US embargo, the Cuban government is evidently afraid of what internet access will unleash. (A Wikipedia article notes that “Cuba has been listed as an "Internet Enemy" ...
... In Viñales, we found Casa Anara down a bumpy track off a main road and were soon showered and swinging in hammocks. Didier and Anara’s house is modest by a North American standard. Like Jesus’s house, there is a bedroom where we stayed, plus a smaller one in front, a living area, and a small kitchen. They have a restaurant/bar shelter and a separate cooking area, as well as a yard with two hammocks, and a kitchen garden. They have some comfortable furniture, a ...
... advance. Take the time to plan if you have it (and money is an issue - we were only 3weeks into travel, so it wasn't major now...) So a few tally's for Cuba: - number of times we said "No gracias señor": A ridiculous amount - # of times the above mentioned señor continued to offer other items for which we had yet to say "No gracias señor" (I.e. Weed, cigars, Fidel hats): Just a few less than above - different types of ...
... red, and bananas, and other tropical plants are plentiful. On our walk a man on a horse, looked like he was heading home and asked if we spoke spanish. We followed him to his house and got to see the process of rolling a cigar. Each leaf and step explained. In this little farm house we tasted sugar cane, fresh off the stalk, saw the coffee trees and ate fresh bananas. We made a deal to return the next day for a horseback ride... ...