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El Mirador, Soroa

Rainy Days in Soroa

June 11th 2016
I love going to a country’s lesser explored nooks. ‘Off the beaten path’ is the cliché, which is ironic, because the whole point is to be the anti-cliché. Does that make it more cliché? I’m going to need a drink. Anyways, no to be cliché, but I knew I wanted to check out an area of Cuba that most people hop over, preferably where I could hike. Enter: the Artemisa Province, home of the ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Cuba » Oeste

Cuban Flag The native Amerindian population of Cuba began to decline after the European discovery of the island by Christopher COLUMBUS in 1492 and following its development as a Spanish colony during the next several centuries. Large numbers of African slaves ... ... read more
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13th June 2016

Fabulous jungle!
The beauty of the jungle and waterfalls--incredible; the rain of the jungle--not so much. Good thing you're from rainy Vancouver and take it in stride; less so for us rainphobe Californians. Love your Ipad with books so much more than the 15 books in my pack, and reading on a jungly porch in the rain--perfect! I've read that the casas charge the same no matter how many people, ie $25, which I've never paid in my life. Is this frighteningly true?
13th June 2016

Accomodation
Yes! As a single traveller, Cuba was way more expensive than it would have been for a couple, since you're paying the price of the room, not per person. I spent a lot more money on accommodation than I normally do!

Tot: 0.152s; Tpl: 0.01s; cc: 16; qc: 78; dbt: 0.0303s; 1; m:saturn w:www (104.131.125.221); sld: 1; ; mem: 1.5mb