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... stand on his toes – and then the Cuban’s have a funny string system built, so they can pull on the string and then it releases the hatch on the front door.
Let’s explore Sancti Spirits
Now it’s time to check out the town which is one of Diego Velasquez seven original villages and celebrated also in 2014 his ...
... Basilica el Cobre (La Virgin de la Caridad)
On the way here we stop at this famous pilgrimage site…. It is a very impressive Basilica when you walk the steps up and overwhelming on the inside and then you can see that golden figure at the top of the altar.
We were wondering why everyone sells sunflower bouquets… and then discovered they are all at the altar underneath ...
... came onboard. A pen-like thermometer was placed in front of your forehead to make sure you were well and without any fever. Secondly each passenger needed to pass through immigration and show their passports and visas, these visas had been arranged by the ship a few days prior at a cost of £13.16 per person. Next was the queue for currency. There is a sanction imposed by the US restricting the use of U.S. Dollars in Cuba so only Convertible Cuban Pesos can be used by ...
... the country, Cuba lost $6 billion in economic aid, 10 million tons of oil, and $6 billion worth of imported goods per year. All the while, the U.S. tightened the embargo. To survive the Special Period, Cuba implemented a number of measures including using crop inter-planting to lower the need for pesticides, converting sugar mills into power plants rather than relying on oil, and producing government television programs teaching people how to grow their own vegetable ...
... road first off! Road number two did the trick. Then the rain starts and we get stuck by a big massive coach the whole way to the next town. Taking over the car in front is a national institution on the roads of Cuba but no matter what Jen tried she couldn't get by him!
We had hit our final town just as dusk was settling. We were on the home straight! All going well it should only take us 90mins to Santiago. Yeah, everything didn't go well! Driving in the dark on ...