Casa Jorge Mendez Perez
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... Don't think much has changed since! The Russian truck ride to the start of the walk was fun - Drew thought it was like a roller coaster! The driver certainly got some speed up going downhill. The walk was just like going through the NZ bush, as there were quite a few similar flora. The guide (about 60, grew up with American teachers, so had an American accent as he spoke English/Spanish) was great telling us all about the different flora ...
After three days in the urban jungle of Havana, it was time to leave for greener pastures. We decided to get the six hour bus ride to Trinidad out of the way early and then work our way back to Havana via Cienfeugos and Vinales, so we packed our bags and got a taxi to the bus station, which is quite a way out of the centre, near the Havana Zoo - to which we did not pay a visit, although it would be quite fascinating to see how zoo ...
... people are not caught in the rat race of rushing. These people didn't have much, but they had this! Many had turned their homes into little shops using their front window to sell local handy crafts, food, drinks and knick knacks. We were starving so we found a cute little corner place to eat called snack bar. The menu had nothing we recognised on it and being hung over decided to opt for something we knew. So we ordered spaghetti bolognese. After waiting for what felt a like ...
... although the odd phrase was wrong with the dance sequence that followed which was confusing. back for food, ederkie and I talk for an hour about his work, my work and my day my understanding is getting a little better and im stringing together longer sentances. That night I got to the casa de musica on the steps next to the main church in the plaza, a cuban band play and the place gets busier as the night goes on. I chat to two men from cambridge an american asks if he can ...
... to view and art galleries selling paintings of Havana and Trinidad streets, Che, Compay from Buena Visa Social Club. The pretty pastel yellow Iglesia de Santa Ana was a lovely bell tower looming over the cities historical centre. Of course there were the usual restaurants and bars catering to tourists at standard prices..if only they knew about the most incredible pizza outside Italy. The gorgeous little town was surrounded by Sierra del Escambray, Cuba’s ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Jorge Mendez Perez Trinidad
the Sheets and the pillow smelled like they never been washed since last 100 yrs. period.
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