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... of the black slaves in 1513
We drove into downtown Trinidad over cobblestones to the Cubacar rental place, only to discover that the mechanic shop is in Calista out of town. So we drove there and found the big Transtur station. After security check we were allowed to drive in and right away got a mechanic taking our car for the ...
... up and down by hand. And sometimes you can even nearly totally close them, and sometimes they don’t close properly.
So in the morning you are always able to hear the cars or the roosters…. And the Cuban’s being busy at work. And if it is very windy, there will be always the wind come in with some cold air.
A nice beach along the Ancon ...
... by the police and it a friend of his that need a left so he jumps in and we give him a lift he buys some rum too. On the way he chatting away without a seatbelt driving 110 on a 70kmh road answering his phone mentally :). We drop him off and arrive at our guesthouse 20 minutes ...
... 3 nights when we figured we could do a day trip to Trinidad!
Once the sun went down we got ready and went for a buffet dinner. After some of our experiences in Santiago the food was amazing!! Every night there is a show in the pool bar. Very quickly we were being serenaded by a young Cuban singer followed by some very authentic salsa dancing! Given that we were reducing the average age demographic by about 10 years it was time ...
... our Lonely Planet guide book, and that had been recommended to us by two other travelers, who had been there a few days earlier. Unfortunately there is no public transport to this place called Topes de Collantes, so we had to pay 30 CUC to a taxi driver to take us there, wait for us while we hiked and then drive us back.
After stopping at a hill with nice views of the area, we arrived at the entrance to the waterfall area. Our Lonely Planet from 2011 stated an entrance fee of ...