Hotel Escuela Telegrafo
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... the street festival recently moved away and I was not recommended going there. So at the end of the day I just ended up doing some sightseeing in Bayamo and seeing how some Cubans are already drinking rum on Sunday mornings at 10am watching their kids ...
... steepest curve I ever saw: with 45 % it goes around the corner…. Let’s hold on tight and then we arrive at one amazing view point up at 950m in the jungle.
Hiking on Fidel’s Path
With a German couple and a guide we are on the 3 km track to Castro’s headquarter in the mountain. And important: it is the exact path Fidel and his men ...
... and lots of Art displays…. It’s like an outdoor museum with marble and tiled inlaid street. But what’s missing in this part of the road is the fancy stores to it….. Still coming???? Except us admiring it, there was no-one there.
Music entertainment in Parque Cespedes
Back in the park Cespedes we got free entertainment, because starting in one ...
“This is for you, dear tourist. There is no charge, but if you want to give something for my family I’ll accept it.” Unsuspecting tourists show their gratitude by donating a convertible peso, worth about 1US$. This is nothing to a tourist, but it’s 5% of a monthly state salary. By accosting just 20 innocent tourists in 7 days by the end of the month they will ...
... oldest city in Cuba and the town where the Cuban national anthem was first sung in 1868. Once we arrived, we were given a tour of the town by horse-drawn carriage. Perched up high next to the driver, I was a little nervous when we came to the first intersection and had to wait for the cars to pass, but I soon realized that there was very little traffic in Bayamo; almost everyone rode bicycles!
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