Cubanacan Boutique La Union
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The Art of Cienfuegos
Sleeping was a little iffy. My snoring apparently didn't overcome the outside noise. There were a few too many Saturday night Cienfuegos partiers that really liked the real estate under our window. We survived.
The morning’s activities start with a relaxing visit to the Union of Writers and Artists in …
Bound for Cienfuegos
By 9am we are filled with breakfast and loading the bus to head for Cienfuegos, about 140 miles southeast of Havana. As we stepped out of the hotel and looked towards the Cuban capitol, there was the most beautiful rainbow framing the capitol. I made an effort with my limited photographic skills, but I'm not sure I …
As difficult as it is saying goodbye to Trinidad and the friends I made there, it is time to travel on. We spent some time at Casa de la cultura with fortepiano, me playing, Luis singing before others joined in. It was superfun and this time Ele did shoot a video. When i got back, messages were waiting for me due to lack of communication infrastructure, one from Havana and another from Trinidad.
Otherwise I spent the day packing (1.5 hours)changing money (one ...
... 8230; when we discovered, we could have driven here, what we then did… we did see the trains, but you can’t go in and touch them, so we only looked.
The Cuban Supermarket:
On the way out of town we saw a big sign Mercado and shopping center, so maybe that’s where we get some things… and all I can say, you need a lot of time if you are a ...
... tables and benches fashioned from rocks. Let me tell you it was hard to enjoy lunch, actually delicious roast pork and sides, while looking the poor pig in the face. Stuffed, we got back on the bus for Havana, where we checked back into the Melia Cohiba with less than an hour to get ready to go out again.
The Smithsonian did it right. We were transported, not in the bus this time, but in a fleet of the well-cared-for ...