Casa Rogelio Inchauspi Bastida
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... around. The town is a UNESCO site – it’s an old Spanish colonial settlement that got its wealth from the sugar plantations around the area although the plantations are now long gone. Tourism is the money maker now. Many cobble stone streets, some nice architecture, a few museums detailing the history of the town and region, the normal churches, and generally a nice place to hang out. Music everywhere – ...
... pass abandoned brick works; and a former sugar plantation. The next stop proves, at least we thought, to be our last – an hour and a half at the waterfall – think trickle rather than spectacular – and a freshwater pool which was more suited to paddling than swimming. However the large group of Italians who were there before us seemed to love it!
Back on the wagon we declined the opportunity to stop ...
Sliding Bed sheets:
Something we discovered here in Cuba are the annoying bed sheets. Once they were too small for us, so one of us turned the other had no sheets and got cold. Then as today we had it often, you have the sheet which is big enough, but the cover on top of it is so light and slippery you still wake up in the night because you’re a little ...
... pretty as the buildings are painted all colours of the spectrum. Trinidad was founded in 1514 and since 1988 is a Unesco World Heritage site. The cobbled streets show how life was in colonial times and not a lot has changed since then. The ladies of the town were frequently seen brushing their part of the streets and the place is kept very tidy considering the amount of roaming stray dogs and horses that are part of ...
... The dessert was flan and it was quite amazing. After dinner, we all met at the base house and walked to the steps by the main square. As we arrived, we had to pay $1 cuc to get in. We got inside and saw many people dancing to the Cuban music. Quickly I got sick of the atmosphere because there were so many tourists and barely any Cubans other than hustlers trying to get girls drunk and get them to take them to another country! We elect with Annie and got home ...