Walking around the streets of Trinidad you will find many local food vendors. Most I didn't find that appealing but there was this one local selling delicious shortbread biscuits.
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Trinidad - witness of slave trading
Trinidad was the biggest area of sugar production.
It is now a place to visit and feel here in this Town the athmosphere of the past.The streets didn't change much - no car driving allowed and the...
Having a great time in Trinidad
Nele, me and Wim having our breakfast in Casa Grande.
La ciudad de la siesta
Even if, since the first day in Cuba, all the people we met tried to made us change our travel plans, we got to do what we planned to, untill we arrived here.
Trinidad is a well-conserved historic town and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
ITS HOTTTTTTTTTTTT in the CITY!!!
Trinidad was founded in December of 1514 by Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar and originally was called Villa De la Santísima Trinidad, Spain's third settlement in Cuba.
The Taino,who were the indigenous...
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