Casa Manolo

Santa Rita No.18 (El Solitario), Camaguey, Cuba | Hotel
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Day 5 of Cuba tour - Trinidad to Camaguey

A travel blog entry by calsanders


... of people, very 3rd world. On the way we stop in the valley of the sugar cane mills to visit the highest watchtower in Cuba. It costs 1 CUC to climb up but as we haven't been to the gym recently Ian and I decided to give it a go. It certainly got our heart rate up and the view from the top was spectacular. Loretta and Ralph are keen to see a steam train (as shown in a recent BBC program on Cuba) apparently there was one called Australia which is now used ...

Camagüey's Artists & Squares

A travel blog entry by nicole.marrocco


... around $20 a month. When the dancers are in their 20s, some may travel to other countries to study with other ballet companies and earn more money. The Ballet de CamagŁey currently has dancers studying in 35 different countries. We were lucky enough to catch both a technical class, where all of the dancers practiced their turns and jumps, and a rehearsal for their upcoming performance of Don Juan.

After the rehearsal, we were invited into the Ballet’s costume ...

Feliz Año Neuvo - Squeals all round

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... drink and were joined by Esmereldas family. We were joined too, by our guide from earlier in the day, with his girlfriend and the English teacher was visiting family down the road, so popped in too. She was quite chatty and it turned out she was actually trained as a computer programmer by day, but as with all state jobs is just paid the standard wage (equivalent to $13-20 per month), so she teaches Spanish to visiting tour groups to top up ...

Come away with me to Camaguey

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller


... when you are told to leave the bus, you stand up and leave! Due to a recent cholera outbreak in Santiago de Cuba, we had to have our hands washed in chlorinated water and soap prior to leaving the province. We had come across this many times whilst in Santiago de Cuba, but we did not imagine we would be dragged off a bus to do so! We were privileged to see the Cuban people going about their usual Sunday tasks. In this part of Cuba, there are very few mechanised means ...


A travel blog entry by panzaverde

... sold in CUC. It's a bit mysterious how this works. It doesn't seem to be linked to whether a product is imported: there are Cuban-made CUC beers and Cuban-made MN beers. Unfortunately at restaurants vegetables seem to be a CUC thing so that limits the number of meals we want to eat at the super-cheap MN places. MN menus are based around bread, ham, chicken, spaghetti, pork, eggs, and cheese. Can't be very good for you!

We saw a lot of street vendors selling pork sandwiches. The ...


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