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Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... to ride in 30 degrees and they predicted rain in the late afternoon. Nice beach and only a few people there (basically just the backpackers that were on the bus!!!) Spent the day tanning up and swimming; and drinking more mojitos.
Another day was a visit into the Valle de los Ingenios. Out into the countryside via a “tourist train”. Was a slow ride but very relaxing. It stopped in a couple of places for ...
... from the coffee and refreshed from the ice cream we stroll along the cobbled streets soaking up the sights and sounds of the town. Whilst Grace and Sue sit in Plaza Mayor Josh and I head over to the Palacio Cantero to get a view of Trinidad from the watch tower.
Palacio Cantero - Museo Historico Municipal
Palacio Cantero, is a fine neoclassical building, built in the early 1800s, which houses the ...
... how steep and how long, I wonder how high we actually are. And then at the top the tiny town with a turn and surprise we go downhill…. You wonder where you land in the middle of nowhere until you reach:
El Nicho waterfall:
the large parking lot empty, so we pay our expensive National Park entrance fee and for the parking 1 CUC… and then we start ...
... at the Casa tonight, Fish of the day (or out of the freezer), amazing food though, dinner for two, music from the streets, quiet night, up and at it, purchase some Cuban art, barter him down from $240CUC to $174CUC, walk the streets, many photos, it's all so vibrant, the people the place, walk the old town, walk up to the look out, mountains, ocean, picture taken by a Turkish photographer, Ice-cream Sundae, chill out in our Casa, dinner tonight, traditional Pork Dish, 2 cups of ...
... and I neither had the urge. We both wanted to swim, so we just got into the water and swam with the snorkelers. We found Anthony and Jenny came out as well. We took Anthony's camera and started taking selfies, continuously while trying to stay above the water. We got back on the boat, salt water in every nook and cranny, and relaxed while we drove back to the island. When we got off on the island we sat at a table, got drinks, and chatted for a bit. Soon ...