Travel Blogs from Matanzas
... 8211; the fumes drift in off the streets as there are no glass windows – just shutters.
To get out of the city, we spent this morning snorkelling at Playa Coral about 15km away – another bumpy ride in a 'classic’ Chrysler. It’s not actually a beach but a coral shelf from which the reef starts straight away. More crystal clear water and lots of fish (helped by the ecological nightmare of feeding) and a pleasant few hours were spent. A ...
... Tonight, we went to Casa de la Musica, a famous nightclub/live music. For some reason (maybe because it was Thur?) the streets were dead and the nightclub wasn't too packed. But the cover was cheaper and we got to see a live performance of a Salsa band (I really need to take lessons lol). And since we were tired, didn't stay for too long. Tomorrow, checking out the revolutionary sights in Vedado and our last full day in Cuba! ...
... of wonderful Brazilians like we did. We had a couple of hours in the bus, so most of us slept for a little. However, knowing that these were my final hours in this unique country I stayed awake the whole time contently looking out the window. I began to try and make sense of my experience here in Cuba, and started to ask the questions of "What is the most important thing I want to tell people back home about Cuba?" ...
... the moat. Later on, the fortress was converted into a prison. The prison bars are still in the windows of the building. At the moment, the fortress is now a museum of the history of Castillo de San Severino and of slavery in Cuba.
One of the most interesting things at the museum, other than its apparent adaptability to be used ...
... their CD signed by them and watch an intimate live performance . Once in a lifetime, never, ever forget experience!!
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Other places to stay in Matanzas
Playa Giron, Matanzas | Hotelfrom $20