Casa Adrian

Address: Rodney Coutin #100, Baracoa, 97310, Cuba | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rodney Coutin #100, Baracoa.
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    Travel Blogs from Baracoa

    El Yanque

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on May 06, 2015

    ... of that tourist money goes back to the government, whereas they keep all the proceeds of the pesos. A few things I've bought and asked for the change in pesos but have been told that they can't/aren't allowed. I think this also comes back to keeping the books straight for the government to keep a stern eye on how the cash cows are spending. Chavi says he managed to change a lot as he needed something that he could only pay for in pesos, but the woman in the casa de cambio ...

    Baracoa - Cuban paradise

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jan 09, 2015

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    ... and went to some cascading waterfalls to swim in natural springs in the middle of the jungle. We walked off the beaten paths and crossed through rivers with our guide tony who told us about the animals and fruits and took us to the best places to jump and swim. The views were incredible and the water was perfect. On Wednesday we packed up our gear and said goodbye to our favourite Cuban destination. Unfortunately all banks had lost online connection and ...

    Feliz Navidad: Langosta y Chocolate

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Dec 28, 2013

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    ... respite from the heat, but soon our bellies were rumbling for our lunch. As we were waiting for the boat to return and collect us, we chatted to Oscar. His English was very good and he informed us this was because he used to be an English teacher. He had left teaching not because of the low wages, but he got frustrated at having to bring politics into every lesson. Receiving a bad review when he did a lesson on zoo animals without mentioning the revolution was the final ...

    Chocoholic

    A travel blog entry by gracetravels22 on Dec 26, 2013

    ... saw the warehouse where the community brings 70% of the main good they produce. Finally, we drove to la playita and took a paddle boat out to a small island. At the island, David and I played baseball with a branch and rocks. A few of us got in our bathing suits and swam in the water. Once we were done, we took the boats back, got some drinks, and headed down the road to a nice restaurant we had already ordered food at. We relaxed and ...

    A day on our own and surprise party in Baracoa

    A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Aug 29, 2013

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    It's Fran's birthday. James still unwell so after a gorgeous breakfast for me including the other Baracoa speciality (hot chocolate), we gathered up Aimara to go back to the doctor. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a doctor anymore and the hospital was mentioned. Luckily we had brought our old medicine container and we got something similar from the pharmacy that was there. We read the side effects which was very entertaining as it ...