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We'll start in Santiago de Cuba, the largest town in Eastern Cuba, and wind our way through Guantánamo, Bayamo, Camaguey, Sancti Spíritus, Trinidad, Santa Clara, Cienfuegos, Bay of Pigs and of course the icing on the cake, wonderful Havana.
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... br> Our first stop in Santi Spíritus was to the Guayabera Project, where we spoke with Carlos who was wearing a guayabera of his own. The Cuban national shirt can be spotted by the two or four pockets on the front and two vertical rows of pleats running along the front and back of the shirt. A traditional guayabera is stitched in cotton or linen, and the fabric may be obtained from a government market, the “informal market,” or from a family member living in the ...
... br> It looks like it would be fun and from the stories that Peter and Vilma told, there's not much sleep going on during that week. The exhibition was a bit flat but that's partly because of our dire Spanish. There was some fun stuff - the little comic characters were great and the dragon was really well made.
Walking between sites we were approached by quite a few of the locals. Some of the time ...
... guidebooks. We talk about a competition that is being planned in holguin province in february, hes arranged a casa for me, and a friends restaurant is across the street, I couldnt ask for a warmer welcome. We go for some food and talk more im pretty sure he should be at his work and throughout the morning when he offers to stay longer I ask if he needs to go to work, but hes chilled about it. He also brought with him 2 american climbing magazines and is very excited ...
... gateway to Santiago for a photo of their welcome sign with the saying which is Rebels yesterday, hospitable today, heroes forever. Saw our first accident which was a truck which I think carried people completely overturned and all the people sitting on the bank. No one seemed to be injured luckily but how they will get the truck upright is a mystery. Santiago is a very busy, messy, polluted city with lots of people wanting you to visit ...