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Slept badly last night worrying about our flight connection in Havana today. We have 4.5 hrs turn around but last night Ely told us that the last time she did this tour the Aero Caribbean plane was 7 hrs late, no wonder they recommend not leaving Havana on the same day. Ian wore his lucky green shirt and after having a quick breakfast we left the spectacular Hotel El Castillo and did the quick trip around the bay to Baracoa airport. We could see the runway ...
... for children. After a stop for chocolate at the House of Cacao, we left for the countryside to visit a community of descendants of indigenous Taino Indians. The Taino came from the Orinoco area of Northern Brazil and settled in the Baracoa area. We toured one of the homes and enjoyed a dance performance by 14 of their members and their 4-piece band. The music was Kiriba and Nengon, which is a fusion of African and native Cuban music. ...
... a few streets from the main plaza, but this being baracoa the plaza isnt square its triangular. Baracoa is apparently where christopher colombus first landed at cuba, or so most people tell you, and baracoa claims. It has the first ever cuban church, and the first spanish settlement in cuba. I read in my travel book, but that has been proven that colombus first set foot on cuba in a province a little further north. After settling into my room I arrange the return ...
... casa owner was of course a friend of our guide Roger with the comfortable situation of having Roger staying at the same place. After unclogging our toilet twice, we could finally make ourselves comfortable in the room. The casa was a bit older than the previous once and fully stuffed with typically Cuban-style-decorations. But the people, especially William and his son were great hosts and really really nice.
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... educational, and/or humanitarian reasons, with a "People-to-People" license from the US Treasury Dept (Office of Foreign Assets Control – OFAC) and an approved visa. (We cannot legally travel to Cuba solely for tourism). A few select organizations hold the necessary "People-to-People" license allowing them to provide tours of Cuba (e.g. World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, People to People, National Geographic Expeditions, to name a few). ...