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Offline bearthedog

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Jungle and Countryside of Cuba- Part 2
« on: July 14, 2015, 12:50:28 PM »
Sit back on a rustic porch and enjoy a slice of real rural Cuba.




Vi?ales is a small town and municipality in the north-central Pinar del R?o Province of Cuba. Vi?ales is an agricultural area, where crops of fruit, vegetables, coffee and especially tobacco are grown by traditional methods.






Fields of Yucca



Tobacco Plantation




He was the Cuban Tom Selleck










Caves with a river that runs through it?








Worker










Trinidad it has been one of UNESCOs World Heritage sites since 1988. Open your eyes, gaze up at the high wooden louvers of your 200-year-old colonial room, and try to convince yourself you?re in the 21st century. North of town, higgledy-piggledy cobblestone streets peter out into the Escambray Mountains, where there are many outdoors activities for the adventurous spirited travelers. The high, cool mountains of the Escambray shelter coffee bushes, tropical birds, palms, and waterfalls. You can hike the forested trails of the Topes de Collantes park with a Cuban guide amid bird singing, before cooling off in the turquoise green pool of waterfalls.

 





















An hour horse ride from Trinidad was the plan. There was a ?hidden waterfall,? so they said.

My horse





Then we hiked onward?to the falls.


The Hidden waterfall








Roasted pig






Four girls on horseback, what are the chances?



Cuban Coffee House









Offline wsdstan

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Re: Jungle and Countryside of Cuba- Part 2
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2015, 09:31:01 PM »
Thanks, interesting countryside.
A man who carries a cat by the tail learns  something he can learn in no other way. 
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