Casa Colonial 1830
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... from the mountains, the gearbox was preserved as Jose flew down the hill in 4th gear pumping the brakes until that’s all we could small and we were planning our exits from the car once it lost control. He reminded me a little of Dustin Hoffman in Rainman, as he proclaimed himself an excellent driver.
When we arrived at the Che Guevara memorial Jose told us that cameras were not allowed, when we got there without our cameras, ...
... sores, runny eyes, matted hair, and other physical problems. But Cuba's children are bright-eyed, cheerful, open, and eager to talk with us. Their health is a testament to Cuba's provision of adequate health care and nutrition for all children, an accomplishment we in the U.S. have not matched. All women in Cuba have the right to take one year of maternity leave, and working mothers have the ...
These two cities are colonial treasures. Each is approaching their 500th. Anniversary with lots of restoration and renovation going on.
The main square in Sancti Spiritus had been totally ploughed up during one visit. All labour had been suspended due to the discovery of a burial site beneath the plaza. On my ...
... packed in as well. I said to Stuie let's get out and help him, so Stuie jumped out and I was just about to jump out too but had to arrange our bags so they didn't fall out and 1 minute later we stopped. I couldn't believe it, our casa was only 200 meters from the bus stop. After all of that we could have easily walked. But regardless we had given this man a job. We paid our driver and gave him a tip as the streams of sweat came pouring down his face. I couldn't believe ...
... but a welcome respite from meat and rice. After dinner a few of us headed up a cobbled road and along a dimly lit path to a cave; not just any old cave though, but Disco Ayala nighclub. No music can be heard on approach, but as one descends down deeper the heavy base becomes audible. The entrance price includes a cocktail, so with mojitos in hand we grabbed the last table alongside the dancefloor. Our fellow revellers were a mix of locals and tourists alike and ...