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Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... br> Sugarcane grown in the nearby hills brought money to Trinidad and when
sugarcane was done, having a marina close and the Havana authorities far, made
shipping and receiving contraband equally lucrative. Today it will be tourism that brings new
The first day here we found the town very
difficult. We couldn’t understand the
map and were constantly lost, which is frustrating because I am generally
pretty good ...
On our way to celebrate Trinidad's birthday, we stopped at the Cienfuegos Botanical Garden, one of three botanical gardens in Cuba. Originally a part of a large sugar plantation, the 232 acre gardens were established in 1901 and administered by Harvard from 1929 until taken over by the Cuban government. While palms, 300 different kinds of them (10% of the 3000 that exist throughout nature), are the main attraction, numerous ...
Have you ever had a desire to experience Colonial Spain but your time machine was in the shop? Trinidad, Cuba, a UNESCO World Heritage site might just bring out your inner Spanish Conquistador.
For the non Veradaro/Holguin beach crowd, Trinidad is the second most important stop in Cuba after Havana. And rightly so. Preserving, restoring, and promoting Trinidad actually predates Castro and his band of not-so-merry men. Batiste recognized the historic and ...
Another beautiful morning; I haven't mentioned the weather but it has been lovely, comfortably warm days, usually with a gentle sea breeze and cooler evenings necessitating a sweater, perfect in my mind. With the exception of a short rain shower while we were in Guanabacoa we have had mostly blue skies. As we moved inland toward Trinidad we lost the sea breeze and it was definitely warmer but very nice.
... trust them to act upon it. But not in Cuba, for the time being!
Rigoberto found us a taxi driver who brought us down to La Boca for 6CUC. He found us our casa, the Sol y Mar, and we met our hosts Joaquin and Olga. After settling our belongings in, we took off on a stroll through the small, sleepy town. Just around the corner, we came across a small out-of-house travel agency - a man named Carlos. Here, we noticed the possibility ...
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