Casa Rogelio Inchauspi Bastida
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We left Havana for a place called Trinidad with a taxi driver that looked like Al panico in scarface. On the way we stop a few place once to have sweet Cuban coffee another time at a farm to put red diesel in the car which said was illegal if the police caught him. Then we get ...
... Chevi, stuffed our faces with Pizza, home to the Casa to wake the family up, up and at it, onto Playa Ancon Playa Ancon Get picked up in a cherry red Chevi, 20mins drive to Playa Ancon, arrive at the hotel, looks like something out of the 60's, fake Pink Flamingos at the entrance, walls of painted concrete, awesome view of the water from our room, time to chill out down by the water, drinks, pool, suntan, old people everywhere, Buffett, The Cabaret Show, red wine, old mate ...
... but without breakfast (don't worry, I know how to deal with this one already ;). The place was the best I have been so far in this trip, en suite, terrace, fridge, huge TV. I'll take that!
A really good start!
I spent the first day walking around everywhere as I usually do, to know the town before the carnival starts.
All right, this carnival is not a famous one as there is not much happening in terms of chars, etc. It ...
... decent beach. Not at all what we expected in a Cuba. It is quite extensive and has a watchtower you can climb and see a fair distance from. Following dinner at yet another RSL type buffet we sit down to watch a Cuban show in the square, which after some reasonably good singers/musicians/dancers turns into a bikini fashion show, so we retire to bed. For once there is good air conditioning, but we are kept up till 11:30 by the show which is right outside our ...
... when it was a bustling city servicing the surrounding sugar plantations. When slavery ended in the 1880's, the production of sugar cane changed. The very large estates were no longer possible, and without their support, Trinidad languished. This was good news and bad news. While the grand mansions were no longer cared for, neither was there any new construction. Beginning in the 1980s with the mansions around the Plaza Mayor ...