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After 111 days of travelling through nine Caribbean countries in 2017, here are the Awards for our best and worst experiences. Some may surprise you.
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Drum roll…the awards for our 2012 three-month trip. The categories are totally random as we felt appropriate. Each winner was determined mutually.
Baracoa – a city in Guantánamo Province near the eastern tip of Cuba. It was visited by Admiral Christopher Columbus on November 27, 1492. We visited it in 2012. A second time for me and it was just as good as the first.
Santiago de Cuba is the second largest city of Cuba and capital city of Santiago de Cuba Province in the south-eastern area of the island. Find out what experiences we had in 2012.
Paul had been writing about our 2012 trip through Cuba… but equally to the Amazon, I feel the urge to add some of my own thoughts. This was my first time here and it was sensory overload at times.
Summary of our 2012 dance tour blog posts.
Located in the island’s central-eastern region, Camaguey city is well-known across Cuba for its large clay pots and the way its streets were built, especially the historic centre, which can confuse any visitor who comes for the first time.
Trinidad is a tourist mecca, but our favourite spot is always on the 400-year-old steps of the Casa de la Musica. Find out where else you can dance there.
Explore Santa Clara and discover the best places to visit. Santa Clara is Cuba’s most revolutionary city – and not just because of its historical obsession with Argentine doctor turned guerrillero Che Guevara.
I had been to Cuba in 2009, but for Sandra, it was her first visit. I was keen to return to several cities / towns I had already seen, plus visit others in more depth. Strangely, Havana was one city that I needed to explore more.