Travel Blogs from Cuba

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Running from Hurricane Dean, Acklins Islands, Bahamas travel blog

Running from Hurricane Dean

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... is a very narrow path called the "Old Bahama Channel" that is very narrow and runs from Just south of Bimini to about halfway down Cuba. The catch is that if a hurricane comes up the alley while we are going down it, we can't turn East because we'll run ...

WELCOME TO CUBA #3 of 4- HELL FREEZES OVER, Santa Clara, Cuba travel blog

WELCOME TO CUBA #3 of 4- HELL FREEZES OVER

A travel blog entry by hardiek

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... also the mistake of many Western 'small planet' ideologists in the Seventies, myself included.  I stand corrected.   Cuba's got a hard adjustment to a market economy ahead and the longer they wait, the harder it'll be.  The dual ...

Habana hold over & onto slipping into Saroa, La Habana, Cuba travel blog

Habana hold over & onto slipping into Saroa

A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding

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This time my Habana experience is a lot better. Street art, street walking and finding my groove in the capital of Cuba. I stayed with Sara instead of going to my new casa with my new room mate. I will miss my little soft skinned, Swiss chocolate friend ...

Making the most out of a city, Cienfuegos, Cuba travel blog

Making the most out of a city

A travel blog entry by juniorandange

... dinner we decided to head to the bowling alley. It only costs $1 each game and forget about bowling shoes - no shoes needed in Cuba. The balls were so old they had chips all over them and would bounce down the alley. The pins were held by string and ...

Cuba Part 1: Living in la Habana, Havana, Cuba travel blog

Cuba Part 1: Living in la Habana

A travel blog entry by sheenasumaria

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... are available in pesos too, and the price differentials for some things are huge. The CUC, which was adopted during Cuba's difficult period (after the Soviet collapse) was an attempt to integrate illegal (or black market) American dollars received from ...

Havana, Havana, Cuba travel blog

Havana

A travel blog entry by harryandnorah

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... All tourists in Cuba must use a special currency, the Cuban Convertible Peso or CUC, as the American dollar is banned in Cuba. I exchange some travellers cheques and then a taxi controller calls a taxi for the fixed price, half hour ride into Old Havana ...

A Crocodile Tale, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba travel blog

A Crocodile Tale

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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We get an early start out of Havana today, driving to the middle of the country. Our first stop is at a crocodile farm in Cienaga de Zapata. For a peso you can dangle a piece of meat over a fence and watch the crocs snap their massive jaws to capture the ...

Érkezés Trinidadba, Trinidad, Cuba travel blog

Érkezés Trinidadba

A travel blog entry by lindamatyi

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Cienfuegos - Trinidad Reggel kimegyünk a pályaudvarra, de csak 1-kor van busz, így a zsákokkal sétálgatunk a városban a rekkenő hőségben. Ma a Hősök Ünnepe van Kubában, a négy USA-ban fogvatartott és az egy elengedett kubai ...

Travels to the Oriente, Camaguey, Santiago, Baracoa and Trinidad, Cuba travel blog

Travels to the Oriente

A travel blog entry by sheenasumaria

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... the place, we could see some graying foreign men with young pretty Cuban girls eagerly drinking their rum.   Tourist Resorts in Cuba We decided to venture to the coast for a day, and ended up going to Playa Santa Lucia, a stereotypical ...

Destiny, Cienfuegos, Cuba travel blog

Destiny

A travel blog entry by vitako

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中文標題:「緣份」   ...

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