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 ...
... else (even food in some cases) trying to self educate to better his life & a law restricting his movements to one tiny province in his own country, was stopping him from doing so. This is what you don’t learn about Cuba until you get to Cuba, but if you packed your bag with ignorance, like the majority of visitors you still wouldn’t know or care.
Where was I?
Oh yes, we were up early the next day to go & visit the Che monument. ...
... which offered good food at honest prices. Our plentiful breakfasts were perfect for our mild hangovers and left us feeling very content. Better still was that the entire meal cost less than one Australian dollar. From here we commenced a leisurely two kilometre walk to the Che Guevara monument and mausoleum. The entire tribute to the guerrilla leader including the attached museum is very ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
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