Hostal Las Chinitas
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... started 200 years ago when a priest called for all the kids to bash pots and pans together in the streets and make as much noise as possible to gather more people for the Christmas church service, this then developed over the years into the 2 traditional sides of town splitting up and competing for the loudest and most impressive fireworks displays and floats. People from all over Cuba flock to the town filling all hotels and casa's for the 2 day party. The idea ...
We suspected that we would run out of sights within walking distance in Santa Clara so we made plans to visit Remedios (accent on me pronounced meh) because it was a town that reportedly hadn't changed since the mid eighteen hundreds. Breakfast that morning in the casa particular was good as usual but it featured something extra that we didn't recognise. After some arm waving and pointing, our gracious Spanish host told us that they were empanadas with ...
... moment near the train was the statue of Che Guevara (lifesize) about 50 yards up the road. I have attached a couple of photos. This statue had little additional models all over his body from his hair to his boots depicting aspects of his life. There was no guide as to how many models there were. So you can imagine my skills as a chiropractor (observation) were keenly employed; the challenge was on. If I can’t put to work my training as ...
... allowed in the tomb but there is an imposing statue out front with a phrase that is seen all over the island: ‘Hasta la Victoria, Siempre.’
We then strolled down the main drag of Cienfuegos. We saw supermarkets that were a sharp contrast between the Cuban ration stores. Cuba is one of the only countries that I’ve visited that has two forms of currency: Cuban pesos for Cubans and ...
... search for accommodation. The first Casa Particular that we went into was already full. This was not really surprising since it was the "Our Pick" in our Cuba lonely planet book. We were lucky though because the owner of the Casa Particular organised accommodation for us elsewhere along with organising accommodation for us in Trinidad (this is the next place that we are going to). We met ...
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