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Travel Blogs from Baracoa
... had been sent to the wrong terminal and should be here in about 30 mins. The taxis that were waiting outside to take us to the international terminal were very patient. Eventually the very ancient looking conveyor belt started up and amazingly our luggage appeared. As it was a domestic flight the only check on exit was that the bags we took out of the building were bags that had been tagged. Ely came with us in our taxi to the international terminal ...
... lunch we visited the Fuerte Matachin, one of three forts built to protect Baracoa from pirates. We had a short lecture on the history of Baracoa, which was very interesting. The Catholic Church broke from the Cuban government in 1962 when many local families sent 1200 children to the USA, since they knew the government was going to shut down access to leave Cuba. The families hoped they could be reunited with their children later. Some were and ...
... the single currency comes in will that help the people, they responded with, when will it happen? I say dont know in the future, to which they smirked and said, nothing will ever change, and then went on a 30 minute monologue of how hard it is for cubans, and by this point iv learnt this for myself. The cubans that have access to cucs, lead a much better life, rosies family had an andriod tablet which surprised me for example, then theres people who arent able to get ...
... is. After being strengthened in our beauty, we returned to town and had a drink on a terrace to watch the busy streets or better the people hanging around. In the afternoon we went up the hill to the only hotel in centre from which we had a great view.
Unglaubich, dass Baracoa einst die Hauptstadt von Kuba war. Scheint es doch so klein und lšndlich und hier ist definitiv die Zeit stehen geblieben. Baracoa war der erste Stop von Kolumbus als er Kuba anfuhr und Baracoa ...
... of several people relaxing on park benches watching the waves, children playing in the sand, and a young man bringing in his morning catch (above photo). It was so relaxing! There were quite a few residential dwellings right on the beach, but sadly, they were all quite dilapidated (photo posted below). Americans would pay top $$$ for beachfront property – especially in such a beautiful location.
We walked toward the city center and ...
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed