- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Caburni Trinidad
Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... out way around this large lake. To an island where we jumped out
and asked for lunch. A lady would cook us pork ribs which would be ready in about a hour. So we putted around the lake for another hour or so. We went quite far to another spot and got out and stretched for awhile. We then headed back to the island for lunch. This place was really basic with goats, pigs, chickens running around. The lunch came out and we were a bit ...
... a few locals enjoying their day, and of course a bottle or two of rum were never far away. The waterfall was slightly different, it is like the mouth of an old river cave, you can swim past the falls and see the limestone cave structure. Had a great few hours relaxing in the shade. In Trinidad we stayed with a doctor and his family who spoke reasonable English, he was happy to share a bit of insight to the Cuban system. With the U.S. - Cuban talks in progress Cubans seem a lot ...
... After all the stress in Trinidad this morning we need relaxing and a nice beach would do… so we went along the Ancon Peninsula and found a shaded parking with a nice sandy beach…. With the coral reef at some spots coming right up to the beach. It’s really a wonderful place here.
So as where Paul loves the sand and the sun beating down on him – ...
... was absolutely fantastic, he spoke really good English and gave us a great insight into what Cuba is like to live in or ordinary people. We had a healthy discussion on the merits of socialism and capitalism but, needless to say, he is planning on moving to Italy in the not too distant future.
On our last day in Trinidad we visited some of the old sugar plantations that I had hoped to see on our horse riding tour and it was fascinating. See ...
... a break, the two drunk aussies head off for some food, I head home after another beer and the final group. Just for clarity without the aussie.
Day three in trinidad and I need a plan, theres plenty of other stuff to do around trinidad, and could happily visit the beach, dance rumba and drink the music bars for another week, but as my time in cuba is limited and im very keen to see santiago de cuba in the south othe island but iv also got another contact about climbing ...