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... of the world.(chichen itza) Seeing Cuba has made me miss the things we take for granted in our country, such as the vast options of goods available to us as well as well as the general way of life (if I was hungry there are hundreds of options of fast food for example) and I'm glad I finally made the trip to see it. Pros - Weather was amazing - Women seem particularly up for it (e.g a shop owner ...
... City once looked like.
Our 6 year old hire car just about survived our 200 mile round trip to Vinales and Trinidad, with a somewhat inconvenient puncture on our return journey, when a local chap helped to change the tyre and cycled ahead of us to show us the way to the motorway. Road signs, as in Mexico, are almost non existent, so journeys always involved lots of enquiries from locals in bad Spanish. Once a passenger fixer jumped out on the bumpy motorway in front of the ...
... but with an agenda and it's hard to walk a hundred metres with being approached and followed offering some service or another. The air is extremely humid and smoggy and streets hum with huge rubbish bins everywhere. We went on the hop on hop off bus around the city which cemented our ideas about Havana. Although it is definitely an experience and we are glad to have seen it, we were eager to move on. In the evening we went to a local cantina with the casa señor, and saw a ...
... a demonstration, and with large images of José Marti (Cuba's national hero - a poet), Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos (important figures in the Cuban revolution) featuring prominently. We spent the afternoon walking the Malecon, a popular walking route along the water (however even at 7pm it felt like we were still burning in the heat). We got quite a bit of attention throughout the day (and the rest of our time in Havana) as everyone has something to sell you - cigars, rum, ...
... was found, not at her feet where it was originally buried, but in her arms. Cubans, especially women, make pilgrimages to Amelia’s tomb. By practice, we learned the special ritual one must complete: 1) knock the metal ring on the tomb, 2) touch the baby in Amelia’s arms, 3) walk around the tomb, and 4) exit the maze of graves backwards.
Our final stop before checking in to the Hotel Nacional was to the Plaza de la Revolución, the seat ...
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