In Trinidad, Cuba, You’ll Find Salsa, Cowboys, and Colors
In Cuba, it’s not uncommon to do car shares. Michel from our crew sat in the front of the taxi, while we picked up two more passengers who were also headed in the direction we were going.
I’d just dozed off into a hazy dream when I realized the car had stopped. “What happened?” I asked? One of the passenger’s luggage had fallen on the roof of the car. Hello Cuba.
5 hours later, we arrived in colorful, spectacular Trinidad with all our luggage in tact.
Trinidad is a UNESCO World Heritage city. It reeks of color and other pieces of charm things like horse-drawn carriages.
A lot of waiting around. Patience is a virtue.
We finally got to our casa particular.
… and got to see views like this.
Our casa was situated above a little banana plantation. Amy was our Cover Girl.
Trinidad is small and intimate. But it’s full of music and flavor.
Snacking on fresh stuff like this.
Right in the middle of town is Casa de la Música one of two main bars with live music from dusk until late.