Nice thing happened today which reminded us the travelling and especially the people we met (more in the podcast).
Today we are bringing back memories on our favorite country Cuba and three world which exist there – especially the real Cuban world…
Drinking rum with Rogelio and friends
At home with Mrs. Eva
You can also read some of the older
articles about Cuba or look at the photos.
In this podcast we are bringing back memories on our traveling in Americas. Each of us prepared one photo which reminds an interesting place and event which we then discuss together.
Jan chose a photo s with
Mennonites who we met in Mexico.
Evit found a photo from Cuba where
we spent couple days in Vinales with a family who lived in the middle to tobacco fields.
The podcast is unfortunately only in Slovak, but we promise to record one of the next podcasts also in English…
5* hotel, casa particular or sleeping at local’s houses plus a little thoughts on socialism
Continue reading “Cuba, country for everybody”
The atmosphere of an old town which is falling apart, lots of people and a suspection of cholera
Continue reading “Habana Vieja”
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
Continue reading “The way to the west”
The pearl of carribean and a surprise in the nuclear town
Continue reading “Unexpected meeting in Cienfuegos”
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:
Continue reading “Flying pigeons on Cuba – Statistics”
Flat central Cuba with fields of sugar cane, small villages and towns, cheerful cubanos and billboards and signs celebrating revolution.
Continue reading “Socialismo o muerte!”
Other cyclists, closer contact with locals, day at the countryside, our new family…
Continue reading “Birthday in Cuba”
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?
Continue reading “How we trusted more the map than the locals”