Carrusel Rancho Hatuey
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... For me, one of the interesting thing was the following: on an absolute basis most of the Cuban's are poor. However, you would never think that. They have quite nice houses, drive ok cars, are educated and have a great health care system. This is an interesting conundrum I think.
Also, I got the sense that many Cubans are hungry for change. They are quite driven in getting their own small business started, opening up a guesthouse or having a small fruit stand. You can ...
... chefs ready to cook meats and shellfish as you wait, whilst the waiting staff, drive us dizzy filling our glasses with sparkling wine every-time we take a mouthful. Merry Christmas is the sound on every ones lips. Such fun, such joy, its beautiful, just an amazing night. Then we head to the lobby bar to watch the entertainment. This is a night to remember.
I hope you all had as amazing Christmas Eve as us xxx
... wandering up the street, looking in old pharmacies, art places and curio shops. We went to the museum pharmacy a couple of streets away. It boasted a skeleton and some medical implements, syringes, autoclave and inhalers etc. We went to a micro brewery in the plaza of San Francisco. They had tall columns of beer, 8.7 pints quantity - we decided this might be a bit much so stuck to a pint each, one light and one dark. ...
Departed Havana by tour bus for about an hour ride to Las Terrazas in Artemisa Province, a "must see" in Cuba and known worldwide for its magnificent, scenic beauty. Pinar del Rio Province is also home to much of Cuba's tobacco farming.
Las Terrazas was founded shortly after the Cuban Revolution in 1959 as a model community, where local farmers, known as campesinos, moved closer together in order to ...
... of the shirts made in Sancti Spíritus is stitched by hand, including the embroidery, which takes about one and a half days or 18 to 20 hours to complete one short-sleeve guayabera. Keep in mind the Guayabera Project only has one tailor! In order to operate as a private business they pay the government 20% of their yearly profit and maintain the building they're located in.
In addition to making the guayaberas, the Project also instituted a social project ...