Hostal Jose y Kirenia
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... It seemed to cater for the pleasure yachts that were touring the Caribbean. The only Cubans in there would have been the staff. The gates were opened and closed for us to arrive and depart. The architecture was once again amazing with all sorts of influences - French Colonial to Art Deco. Trinidad is well deserved of it's UNESCO World Heritage Status. The town celebrated 500 years last year. The rejuvenation of the Centro Historico has ...
They say children are our future treasure. As you can see here, Cuba respects it's children. They look happy and healthy and all school children wear uniforms. Part of our "people to people" schedule is to visit schools and participate in after school programmes which are supported by parent/teacher organizations.
As you will tell by the photos, different grades have different colour uniforms. ...
These two cities are colonial treasures. Each is approaching their 500th. Anniversary with lots of restoration and renovation going on.
The main square in Sancti Spiritus had been totally ploughed up during one visit. All labour had been suspended due to the discovery of a burial site beneath the plaza. On my ...
... hotel for a buffet lunch, the first buffet meal (other than breakfast) of the tour. Whoever said that Cuban food was good, just not very varied, has never eaten here. They had salads, breads, fruit, chicken, fish, beef, spaghetti and meatballs, tamales, beans, hearts of palm, Russian salad, French-friend onion rings and so on-and judging from what I ate and the reports of my fellow tourists, it was all delicious.
... peeked shyly out from behind the clouds, everthing absolutely gleamed. I saw the kind of fish that is flat and has eyes on one side of its head. We saw jellyfish, and even a lionfish. It was by far the most exciting thing I did while we were in Cuba.
So a big thanks to Eddie - and a tip for anyone in the area: find him and have a conversation, let him take you out into the waves, and spend some time on his beach. It's well worth the bike ride.