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I've always thought it must be a hard job to be one of those people who write the synopsis of films for in-cinema magazines. The way they have to selectively word each little entry to make a film sound watchable when they know and I know the film is/will be a pile of ****. I imagine it can be like that for the guys at LP sometimes too. Whilst they do say when a city is out and out **** (the blurb for San Paulo is still one of my favourites) they ...
... street signs on every corner, so you actually are never really lost.
Why do they have a Labyrinth?
Because they spent two centuries fighting the pirates like Henry Morgan – so they developed a confusing street pattern in the hope to confuse the invaders and also help the residents to find cover.
A Colonial style Casa
My blog chapters will cover the major cities we visit along the way, so I've decided to include at least one chapter on the countryside we pass by between population centres.
Cuba is a long island, in fact 1,199 km (745 mi) long and 200 km (124 mi) across at its widest points and 35 km (22 mi) across at its narrowest point.
We are driving from Santiago de Cuba to Havana, a total of 967 km (600 mi). The trip ...
... her yard, including mango, plum, coconut, lemon, pineapples, and donkey bananas. In addition to the coffee, coconut cookies, and assorted fruits that Juanita had prepared for us, some among us dared to try the juice of raw sugarcane, freshly pressed in front of us. Very sweet!
When we arrived back in CamagŁey this afternoon, we visited the art gallery of Lario for a unique performance by a group from the music conservatory that would ...
... night we headed out to dinner in a paladar, called 1800, named after the year in which the square it sits on was built. Paladars are private restaurants, which have started to spring up around Cuba, since laws surrounding private businesses has been loosened and offer a step up in both menu and service to the bland and indifferent state run enterprises. The restaurant was proud of its long standing history, as it had been open for eighteen ...
Other places to stay in Camaguey
Maceo 67 B/ General Gomez and Ignacio Agramonte, Camaguey | 3 star hotelfrom $29
Republica 472, Camaguey | Hotelfrom $28
Carretera Central Este, Km 4.5, Camaguey | Hotelfrom $43
Calle Van Horne No. 1 e/ Republica y Avellaneda, Camaguey | 2 star hotelfrom $28