Walkine's Guest House

Address: Gregory St., Great Inagua Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Hotel
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      Oldest Town In Cuba

      A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jul 08, 2014

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      A quick one here, just more to show you some photos. Baracoa is famous because is the oldest city in Cuba but well, that's all really. Nothing too special in terms of architecture to be honest so I won't talk much about it. Some "fresher" air and quieter time with 2 Swedish sisters, a big day
      in a national park and that was it ...

      Day 10 of Cuba tour - Baracoa to Mexico via Havana

      A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 24, 2014

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      ... hotel. It was very short with sea at either end. No plane had arrived or taken off in the 2 days we had been there, but that is because apparently flights only come in 2 days a week. A large black helicopter had been parked there and was still there when we disembarked. A rag tag crowd of locals had gathered as well as a number of obvious tourists like us. The locals come to try and get standby seats. I didn't take any photos as there were two army types ...

      Day 9 of Cuba tour - Baracoa

      A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 23, 2014

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      ... The view was glorious and we walked down into the town from the hotel to the main plaza. I tried to buy a wifi card in the Telecom office as I had detected a network last night and reception told me you had to buy a card in the town. The woman on the desk insisted there was no wifi, although you could by an hour on one of the PCs there. I didn't want to argue with her.
      We walked along the Main Street to the museum in the Punta (corner) fort. There ...

      The Farms and a Pig Roast

      A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Feb 06, 2014

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      ... is 82 and is a shaman. He was given the land by the government after the "triumph of the revolution" when the land was nationalized and because he had been a worker on the farm. He has 400 trees but had 800 before Hurricane Sandy in 2012. He does not know how much land he has but the home is on a spectacular beach at the headwaters of the Duarbe River and his farm is called Rancho Duarbe. Antonio Maceo began his assault here during the 1898 war ...

      Indigenous People, the Beach and the Palador

      A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Feb 05, 2014

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      ... still have. The church was restored recently and finished right after the 500 year anniversary of Baracoa, which was in 2011. Florida residents paid for the stained glass. Some of the work was paid for by the Dominican Republic Catholics and most of it by the Vatican. It was a very beautiful but simple church. We visited a local gallery where we talked to the owner. Then we went to the Cultural Center that has a gallery and ...