Complejo Topes de Collantes
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The best gas service every
When you drive so much, you need gas, so here in Guaimaro we stopped to fill up the gas for the day… Paul was not interested that this town is famous because in 1869 the first constitution of Cuba’s Republic was signed with emancipation of the slaves. Which also elected Carlos Manuel ...
... stopped in 1840.
Old Trinidad post cards:
When strolling through the not-so-tourist neighbourhoods Paul discovered some real old postcards on the ground… so Gine went back and picked up what we could and what was not trampled over by the horses.
Back to this park, which is kind of cute with the big iron wrought walkway ...
... Luidmila saw the people of Sancti Spíritus depressed and in need of her help. As a bright-eyed, 18-year-old writer, she offered her assistance the only way she knew how—by challenging the town to write love letters and offering to write letters for others for a small fee. Luidmila eventually made a name for herself with people traveling across Cuba to seek out her special ability to put their feelings into words. It’s easy to understand how Luidmila’s ...
Ride to waterfall and sugar cane area. Picked up in a horse and carriage by Elvis this morning. Taken to just outside the town and met our horses and handler who spoke some English. His day starts at 4 to milk the cows on his family's farm and as he is the only son all work is done by him. Waterfall had small caves as in limestone area,with a coffee and the ...
An unplanned stop in Sancti Spiritus
Back in Ciego de Avila in the early afternoon, we wanted to immediately continue our travel westwards to the city of Santa Clara. Unfortunately independent and spontaneously planned travelling has its advantages and sometimes, as it was now the case, its difficulties. Despite Ciego de Avila being praised in the Lonely Planet as the regions efficient transport hub, the little town was a logistical disaster. When ...