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... is now a museum. Old Havana is in a stage of complete transformation I think. There is a LOT of restoration going on, and I believe has been for 10 or so years (at the instigation of a private consortium, not the government), but literally you can have a building that looks like it going to fall down before your eyes next to a bright, colourful, impeccably kept one. It's probably holding the other up. The buildings and streets around the main squares have largely been regenified, but ...
... She spent more time in Havana though and said that isn't as bad.
The bus back to Santi was straight forward. I got another chance to witness the awesome views. I arrrived in Santi around 7:30. I thought the overnighter to Varadero was at 9:30pm but it was actually at 8 which was very convienient. Despite my OCD nature of ...
... over the plaza, so when we went up to have nice view on the park we discover that they are renovating it at the moment and we have a quick peak inside this huge cathedral in construction
At this spot was once ...
... it was through the picturesque countryside of Cuba. We didn't quite make it to Camagüey and so had a rest night in a town called "moron"...classic, but meant the next morning we would have another 2 hour journey to Camagüey which we did at 10:30 in a slightly faster car that had old school couches for seats. Camagüey was a cool colourful town. With more tourism it was clear trendy restaurants were more popular, cafés ...
... men didn’t use their special skill to get ahead; instead, they used it for the good of their community. Rather than selling the fish they caught at market, they would either barter or share it with their neighbors. One member of our group asked the fishermen if they were familiar with Hemingway’s Old Man in the Sea. Eduardo, the eldest fisherman who looked as if he could have been Hemingway’s inspiration, replied with a giant grin: ...
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