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... never heard of this kind of temples, and Sharon had seen a documentary, and hence the visit.
We went back to the Square. There was a band playing. This was better than last nights band at the Casa de la Musica. We sat outside listening to it, under the shade. This is the thing I loved about Cuba, there is live music everywhere and people are so happy and content, with whatever little possession they have...which is a very rare sight in North America or even ...
... to go and tell him to turn it down... And he did...I was
asleep in most of the trip, lost in my own musings.
We reached Trinidad at about 2pm. We got off the bus, and immediately
hot air greeted us.. As if we were in an oven.. There was a long line up
of people waiting to take us home... Casa people, taxi people, restaurant
We met an old man called Luis, who had a one wheel cart to carry my
... in the mountains:
Back to the little village and we turn left, because according to the map, that’s the fastest way to Trinidad, when we discovered a mind-blowing view down from the town center. The Turn-off didn’t work out, since it is a no Drive through…. So we went back the way we came and enjoyed the wonder full views this way.
... sending their children to free day care from age six months on. Day-care centers accept children up to age five or six. Then the school system takes over. Education through ninth grade is mandatory. After that, students attend either a technical
school or a pre-university program for grades ten through twelve. All education -- including university and continuing education -- is free and open to ...
... everyone is not equal. In their emerging economy there will be
winners and losers. The young people we
have talked with here are current on world events and understand the world Cuba
has known must change, but they hope it will change slowly. If things change too fast, they tell us, they
are in danger of losing the magic that makes Cuba so unique.
Tomorrow we board the bus for a 3 hour trip
to Playa Larga. Beach and birds await