Casa Jorge Mendez Perez
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the Sheets and the pillow smelled like they never been washed since last 100 yrs. period.
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... was an old tanker in the courtyard, photographs of people who fought in the war. From the roof of the building, we could see the whole Trinidad. It looked like the area where I grew up in Guwahati, before the view got blocked by the tall buildings....greenery everywhere, a small mountain forest, coconut trees..It was heavenly.
We left the museum to take a stroll through the non-touristy neighborhood. There were horse-drawn carriages, delivering food, ...
... normal Cuban makes 30 CUC a month, so it was a lot of money for him.
Our casa had a very somber ambiance. The owner's son asked us
if we wanted something, we said mango juice... it was freshly squeezed. He was a young guy who served in the military, as was the norm for every Cuban men to serve in the military for 2 years, from age 17-19. We had two beds and an attached bathroom. The door to the bathroom was not actually a door, it was like a ...
... and stopped to look down on the Hannibal Lake…. This time from the other side
Then we stopped to check out an old metal structure – looked like a fire lookout, so Gine thought maybe she should go up there, sad part was, the steps were missing and then Paul decided that it is not safe at all, since the rust was eating big holes in the left-over steps… so no climbing for ...
... so has shells and coral embedded in it. The remains of Che are here, as are those of other revolutionaries. Santa Clara itself is an important place for Cubans, as this is where the last battle was fought before Batista fled Havana with millions of the country's money, realising that the Fidel Castro et al were closing in. Cienfuegos is a lovely spot. We had lunch in what is essentially an exclusive small Marina/Yacht club with a fantastic ...
... coaches which played a huge role in the war. Very many people got inspired by his actions and therefore kept mood during the war that played between the USA, the Soviet union and Cuba itself. Trinidad was a nice city, but we had to ride on towards ...