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... br> Our first stop in Santi Spíritus was to the Guayabera Project, where we spoke with Carlos who was wearing a guayabera of his own. The Cuban national shirt can be spotted by the two or four pockets on the front and two vertical rows of pleats running along the front and back of the shirt. A traditional guayabera is stitched in cotton or linen, and the fabric may be obtained from a government market, the “informal market,” or from a family member living in the ...
... the angklung, a traditional Indonesian percussion instrument. The instruments were donated by the Indonesian Embassy in 2006, and at the time no one knew how to play them. The group’s conductor, Eugenio Silva, stepped up to the challenge, eventually writing an instruction book for the angklung and opening three programs across Cuba for primary-school children to learn the instrument.
Among its repertoire of 60 arrangements, ...
... the bike taxis we have in central London. Our tour took us around historic squares and churches and into local artists galleries; one artist had bronze statues of local characters in the square, one of which was in situ to pose for pictures with his statue cast fifteen years before. There were also brightly coloured paintings inside and many of us picked up a painting or print there. Also in the square was a man selling money, to be precise ...
... me a picture of Craig Leubben on one of his routes in Viñales, called Mr Mogote, craig earned this nickname from the locals after several sessions putting up this route hacking and chopping on the limestone casts. I spend the rest of the day relaxing in the most plush casa yet, more an apartment, sorting photos and writing the blog, and reading the magazines mikael had left with me. That night another friend of mikaels calls for me, hector...hes already a few beers ...
... time of our bus, so this was not really a problem.
Unfortunately as it turned out, the bus to Santa Clara was delayed by one and a half hours. Nobody in the bus station in Sancti Spiritus knew when the bus would actually arrive and if it would still have empty seats for us to get on board. Fortunately our tough luck came to an end when the bus finally arrived in Sancti Spiritus and when we were able to get tickets and board the vehicle :-).