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... 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 ...
... so the criminal’s game did not work out and we managed to take the bus to Sancti Spiritus anyhow.
An unexpected long travel
On the map Sancti Spiritus was only 60 km away from Ciego de Avila. So we thought our bus would make it in at least an hour. Unfortunately we had not thought about the possibility that this bus that was travelling all the way from Sanctiago de Cuba to Havana overnight and was making a dinner stop ...
Second week of our travel around Cuba. We spent a couple of days in Sancti Spíritus, after a tip from a Cuban that it was a nice town. It was. We walked around quite randomly ...
... love over the many years that they sat in the large lounge room. Our room wasn’t ready so we put our bags down & went to find an espresso.
Sancti Spiritis is a uni town & a busy town. It was only a short walk from the hostel before we came to the main square. Disowned dogs, lovers & old men are the characters that populate the square. We got a coffee & sat down to people watch in the only place in town that would serve a ...
... getting blind on a Sunday with the locals, as they had no interest going to church !!!
On the way out, we did see another historical monument. An arched bridge. Tick, and we were on our way back to Trinidad !!!
But wait, there is a little bit more !!!
On the way back, it started to rain, then pour, so we looked in the book, and it told us about the dastardly Pedro Iznaga, who was a slave trader, and ...