5* hotel, casa particular or sleeping at local’s houses plus a little thoughts on socialism
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The atmosphere of an old town which is falling apart, lots of people and a suspection of cholera
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How we had many flat tires, went through a nice hilly country and how I spend my time on toilet in the most beautiful part of Cuba
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The pearl of carribean and a surprise in the nuclear town
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We did the flew over the Cuba’s nest on our flying pigeons, which carried us safely on their back the whole time. Here are some facts about the trip:
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Flat central Cuba with fields of sugar cane, small villages and towns, cheerful cubanos and billboards and signs celebrating revolution.
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Other cyclists, closer contact with locals, day at the countryside, our new family…
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The plan is clear – from Santiago along the coast, then cross the mountains to Cruce de los Banos and then join carratera central in Baire. It’s in the map – this is the best and most interesting way…. but why all Cubans tell us, it is not possible to go that way?
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“Perdon, perdon seňor… queremos comprar bicicleta. Quiere vender la?” (Excuse me, excuse me sir … we want to buy bicycles. Do you want to sell this one?)
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A lot of chlorine, clean streets, old cars, host who doesn’t understand and many amigos.
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