Travel Blogs from Cuba

Sort by Newest Best first

Adios Cuba, Hola Cancun & Cozumel, Havana, Cuba travel blog

Adios Cuba, Hola Cancun & Cozumel

A travel blog entry by sham.murphy

21

Not a dry eye in the house when I´m leaving Maylen & Ottos for the airport but could you blame them.  There is a rather large tropical storm heading to Habana and I just want to make sure that I get out before that hits.  I love the place ...

1. meripäivä, Atlantic Ocean, Cuba travel blog

1. meripäivä

A travel blog entry by arktinen_kettu

1
12

Matkalaiset ryntäsivät laivaan muutaman tuhannen muun ihmisen kanssa. Aikamoinen jolla sanoisin. Työntekijät ovat ympäri maapallon, moni heistä kysyy, että olemmeko Turusta kun kuulevat, että olemme suomalaisia. Bulgarialainen miekkonen muistaa ...

Guanabacoa, Guanabacoa, Cuba, Cuba travel blog

Guanabacoa

A travel blog entry by nanseaj

16

... tumultuous US-Cuban relations from the Cuban perspective.  It was very interesting; he also touched on the strategic location of Cuba in the Caribbean. The morning was spent in Guanabacoa at a private home where a friend of the family, ...

Santiago de Cuba, May 27-28, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba travel blog

Santiago de Cuba, May 27-28

A travel blog entry by _regula_ueli

22

... 'hrt wurde. Im Museum konnten wir Bilder davon sehen, was der Hurrican Sandy letztes Jahr in Kuba, speziell in Santiago de Cuba angerichtet hat. Eine riesen Verwüstung und natürlich ist noch nicht wieder alles repariert. Auf Fragen zum Wiederaufbau und ...

LACE, Havana, Cuba travel blog

LACE

A travel blog entry by charlene.woelk

Lumsden Angles Cube Exchange This was a week spent in Cuba on a sports exchange, we either played basketball or volleyball, depending on what sport we played during the year.  I played basketball.  ...

Chapter Fifteen - Havana. Part 1, Havana, Cuba travel blog

Chapter Fifteen - Havana. Part 1

A travel blog entry by mmbcross

1
40

This great city of Havana, with a population of just over 2 million, is unique in the world. In 1959 I sailed into Havana as an apprentice on the British merchant ship "Potosi". In 2013/14 I visited Havana again with my Road Scholar groups. The skyline ...

Falling in love, Havana, Cuba travel blog

Falling in love

A travel blog entry by mistytravels

14

... the morning and talked about things like religion, history, food, and books.His religion is Santería which is one of Cuba's most dominant religions after Catholisism. It is basically a cult brought to Cuba with the slaves hundreds of years ...

not the real cuba, Varadero, Cuba travel blog

not the real cuba

A travel blog entry by gnargnar

anxious to see the real deal. spending christmas in la habana this year. ...

We have arrived, Havana, Cuba travel blog

We have arrived

A travel blog entry by the-malones

2

... up and returned to the ship. If we can't get any money then we can't spend any money! The only losers will be Cuba! About 1000 passengers left the ship and had to go through four passport controls and then through TWO security scanners. It didn't work ...

Staying at the best hotel: Paradisus Rio de Oro, Guardalavaca, Cuba travel blog

Staying at the best hotel: Paradisus Rio de Oro

A travel blog entry by marisablomerus

38

... the pool and beach. This Paradius hotel is considered the cream of the crop – one of the best all-inclusive hotels in Cuba. The hotel is built on a low, rocky cliff overlooking the beach, which is called Playa Esmeralda due to the emerald colour ...

Sort by Newest Best first