Hostal Santa Elena
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... the office. He seemed to smooth things over with the ticket nazi who finally gave us a stamp and then everything was ok. I had a lack of love for Santiago before -- now I positively loathed it
We had been considering doing this journey in a hire car as La Farola, the road that connected Baracoa to the outside world as recently as 1964, was meant to be spectacular. The 4.5 hour journey was pleasantly scenic but didn't really compare to the drive through Northern Argentina I ...
... the road. But this truck today looks like there is nothing left to fix…
All Casa’s are full
This morning our landlady called 2 Casa’s here and discovered that they are full, because an event is going on in Sancti Spiritus – but after a few more phone calls, she found us one and when we checked on the map, ...
... Third stop: Trinidad
Up until the late 19th century, Trinidad was the capital of the sugar trade, exporting produce all over the world. With the commercialization of the sugar production in Europe and Norther America, the city and the regions lost its significance. Today, Trinidad is a bustling tourist destination. You will find more horse and carts here than cars and all in all the city is very laid back and relaxed. A great water fall and a white sandy beach is just a ...
An hour away I arrive, and mikael as promised is waiting from me, his english is a bit like my spanish but between us we understand each other, he works for the red cross in sancti spiritus has a 5 year old boy, married and I can see is excited about climbing. Yarobi in vinales has given me his contact details, and he seems really excited that a visiting climbing has come to sancti spiritus for the weekend, there are two areas we are going to visit, which arent in ...
... Spiritus in the late afternoon, and that there were more buses from there to Santa Clara. When we met two Austrians, who wanted to go to Havana we first tried to arrange a shared taxi. Unfortunately the local transport criminals tried to screw us by agreeing on a price for a taxi ride to Santa Clara and waiting for our bus to depart before telling us that the taxi wouldn’t take us to Santa Clara for the said price. Fortunately for us the bus ...