Casa Narcisa y Nelson
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... Sea as he was apparently in Cuba when he wrote it.We had a shared Cuban meal at the Casa for dinner that was pretty decent, the lobster and shrimps being the highlight. Headed up to stairs again afterwards for a bit of music before I cut it and headed for home. A night of Salsa didn't sound ideal to me.I've enjoyed Trinidad though. Wish I'd made it to the beach but to be honest I needed the time to ...
... 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 ...
... swimming, snorkeling, and we will get ‘free’ beach lawn chairs…. Ok so we didn’t pay for the parking, but we did pay for those… the beach really super nice too and no cloud in the sky.
Snorkeling on walk-in Reef
For snorkeling you walk 2 feet of sand in the water and then you are on top of the reef, so you look with you googles and ...
... 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 ...
... city – not as many tourists, fewer restaurants and bars, not much action and
the locals do a lot of sitting. On
porches, on steps, on the curb. Old men
and women with pinched faces and a faraway look in their eyes. One can imagine that they may be longing for
a time when things were simple, when all things and all people were equal. Today things are changing in Cuba; there is
clearly a middle class developing. Some
people have more ...