Casa Particular Hostal Zobeida
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... various properties they have to help with various ailments. The boys found the conversation about diarrhoea remedies particularly amusing! This was probably the highlight of the tour for them, and they were engaged with the guide and his explanations. The trip back to Havana was a long one, but the boys were very good. The other passengers did compliment their behaviour - if only they were like that all the time (they take after their father - ...
... sending their children to free day care from age six months on. Day-care centers accept children up to age five or six. Then the school system takes over. Education through ninth grade is mandatory. After that, students attend either a technical
school or a pre-university program for grades ten through twelve. All education -- including university and continuing education -- is free and open to ...
... the square had been transformed, though now missing the lovely trees that I had witnessed on my first visit. It will take a long time for the new trees to replace them.
Trinidad had always been the crown jewel of colonial cities, and reminds me of Antigua Guatemala. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and well deserved. ...
... doing nothing listening to some spanish lessons, reading a travel book about cuba, generally doing sweet nothing. A cuban catches a puffer fish and then throws it on the beach for it to die, in the book im reading 'trading with the enemy, a yankees travels through castros cuba' the author keeps a log of all the pro socialism billboards he sees, in todays chapter one reads," to care for wildlife is a social obligation" this cuban couldnt have seen this billboard. At 2pm I set off ...
... lager). It was in a bar which had slave memorabilia - shackles, a stock, ball and chain, whips and a chain gang where the people would have been manacled around their necks. It is very hot and after the walk we were quite exhausted but a rest wasn't to be. We were off for the salsa lesson. It's all about counting to 7. That and having gorgeous hips, natural rhythm and stamina. Needless to say we are not appearing at any show in the future ...