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Travel Blogs from Sancti Spiritus
and art are everywhere.
This is a town that has survived and
sometimes thrived for 500 years – 1514 – 2014.
The cobblestone streets are ancient, as are most of the buildings. Many are built with bricks the color of the
dirt here, which is red with clay. In
Trinidad the houses are brightly colored and it’s a tradition to repaint them
every year in January as a way of celebrating a new year. Lemon yellow, ...
... br style="font-family: monospace; line-height: normal;">Even searching for a good meal in Cuba took on a heavy Spanish flavour in Trinidad- much like Don Quixote and Sancho wandering the countryside in a delusional attempt to find a damsel in distress, we scoured the streets in an equally delusional attempt to find a tasty meal. They did things to a pizza that would be considered criminal in most civilized countries.
... he then takes the mick repeatedly until I say enough I no longer find it funny, he then has the cheak to ask for a beer! This instance aside I have a good night with hector hes pretty loco!
The next morning mikael picks me up and I meet the sancti crew, I ask mikael if he understands the article about craig luebben, he says no, so I manage to translate the opening paragraph which is a tribute to craig as he died in 2009. In the opening paragraph, the ...
... sounded pretty dandy! The price was right and included all meals and even a few drinks. We hopped in the taxi and away we went! When we got to the hotel, however, we were presented with a completely different (and far more expensive) quote for our stay and only breakfast included. Of course if we would have known this we would've stocked up on some food and drinks to bring with us because as you can ...
... said: Nothing much! After one hour we had visited all the places listed in the Lonely Planet, except for the small museums which we were not interested in. The top attraction in this decent sized town (yes it has 100.000 inhabitants) was the Puente Yayabo, a bridge across the dirty and stinky Yayabo River, which had been built by the Spanish colonists in 1815 and is now a national monument. Wow! Since the next bus to Santa Clara only left at 3 pm in ...