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... there one of them a little crab, but then this is the city of the crabs…..
So we sit and enjoy the surfing and sailing school practising, get a pop so cheap we nearly wonder if she made a mistake… as long as you don`t come with a 5 CUC bill – we are in need of Pesos if we stay on here.
The Caibarian Boulevard - Paseo
Even this shabby town has a ...
... 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 ...
... place indeed. It could certainly motivate the socialist in you. As for me, well, I'm definitely interested in the human aspect but the politics well having voted for Maggie when I was a teenager...well I think I have been emotionally scarred since.
We also visited the re-enactment of the derailing of the armoured train (Che again). The site was quite artificial but what was of more interest was two things:
First, while we walked ...
... participant read simultaneously in English. It was a very moving moment for all. We ended the day at the Che Guevara Memorial. Santa Clara was the site of a very important battle in Cuba’s history. Che’s image is everywhere in Cuba; it’s almost as ubiquitous as Fidel’s. There was a tomb for Che and his compatriots, but doubt lingers as to whether his body is actually buried there. There were ...
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