Casa Munoz

Address: 401 Jose Marti , Trinidad, Cuba | Hotel
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      Walking Sunday.

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 16, 2014

      ... lady there made sure we saw the original loos and the shower. The latter was amazing and looked more like a torture system than a shower! We went around more street markets and did some people watching. In the courtyard near where we were staying were two men splitting bamboo with a rather sharp machete, it looked very dangerous, but then health and safety here is a different story. We went back to the plaza step terraces for a ...

      Exploring Colonial Trinidad

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 15, 2014

      ... We had two people who had asked for a local stone momento from Cuba, so we went for a fairly long and hot walk to the edge of town and down a winding road where numerous horse trains were being taken somewhere, possibly to a steam at the bottom of the road - too far down to investigate this. We observed that some had maybe had enough of walking and tossed their shoes onto the electric cables up above. We also ...

      Onto Trinidad. By bus.

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 14, 2014

      ... and we were met by Carlos who route marched us up the road and around the corner to the beautiful colonial dwelling. For 22 per night we have a lovely room and breakfast. There is a lovely courtyard outside the room which has a high ceiling and with high wooden doors and wooden shutters. The whole house is amazing, built around the courtyard, the furnishings are all colonial, some look very old.
      We ventured off to explore the city and Mac encouraged Anthea ...

      Full day in Trinidad

      A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... It took us about 3/4 hour to walk to the falls but when we got there it was well worth it, so secluded and away from the crowds there was only a few other people there which was nice. We spent about an hour there, going for a swim in a waterhole at the base of the falls, it was cool but refreshing on another hot day! We then headed back to meet our taxi driver who we had arranged to pick us up ...


      A travel blog entry by maroline on Mar 04, 2014

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      ... beach, but nothing overly exciting. After the ride, we're glad to dunk ourselves in the water and have a few drinks from the bar. 25kms later... we arrive back mid-afternoon after a couple of swims and a couple of Coronas and probably too much sun. We enquire about a couple of tours for the next few days, including one which is a decent trek up to Guanayara waterfalls and a national park, and a steam train ride through the old sugar mills and the bell tower, which is a World ...