Hostal Santa Elena
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Vinales was a pretty town of multi-coloured homesteads, each with rocking chairs of the veranda out front. Almost all of these were casas particulares, or for private rent. Ari assured us that there was no crime in Vinales. Anyway, we didn’t see any police anywhere in Cuba!
97 houses around Vinales have solar panels, this is part of a UN sponsored effort to stop migration to the towns. Each ...
... first visit four years previously is the range of dining options. Previously non-state owned restaurants numbered three in Havana but liberalisation has led to another fifty of these 'paladars' opening. Not only that but the rules limiting the types of food have been revoked so there's now a big leap in the availability of haute-cuisine and Cuba is finally beginning to cook with flare.
Reading Tripadvisor I found a top rated place to take Louise on our second night in ...
... when we think that there should be a turn, we check after we passed the street and check where it goes if we would come the other direction. And see there that’s how we saw the sign right to "Las Tunas"… only right was a nightmare of gravel not a street…. So we kind of guessed the direction and finally got where we wanted to be ...
... replace the use of the USD in Cuba and is closely linked to the value of the USD.
Second stop: Vineales
One my last day in Havana I met two great fellow travelers, Jordan and Kane, both from Down Under who had randomly met on the way to Havana from traveling Middle America. The were also staying in Rodolfo's hostel and thus we spontaneously decided to team up and head off to Vineales, allegedly the world's best tobacco growing region.
Out trip from Havana ...
... and intellectuals of the city in 2007 to help decrease violence in the area of the city they are located. They began training children and seniors—the province has one of the highest senior populations—in art and language classes. Unlike all of the arts programs we’ve visited so far, the Guayabera Project is not government funded.
Our next stop was to the home of Liudmila, a woman who makes a living writing love letters. During the midst of the ...