A North-South Cuban journey

If so many stories emerge from Cuban roads, the reason is certainly that we used them to go through the whole country. After hours of walking and some paradisiac beaches, we are heading South. Before Santiago de Cuba, we are going to stop in Cienfuegos, El Nicho, Trinidad and Camagüey. The mercury rises as our… Continue reading A North-South Cuban journey

Women’s day in the Bay of Pigs

After we walked on the burning asphalt of Havana and wandered through the sultry reliefs of Viñales, the same car that took us between these two cities brings us to the beaches of the Bay of Pigs, a bit more South. It is on this fine sand that hundreds of US soldiers heavily failed when… Continue reading Women’s day in the Bay of Pigs

In the Viñales valley

This morning, despite the early hour, the blazing sun is tougher than in Havana. The gulf of Mexico is further from Viñales, and the surrounding karstic relief prevent the wind from reaching us. The valley also draws the landscape so many travellers come for. On our side, our trip from the capital was arranged by… Continue reading In the Viñales valley