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Cycling Cuba day 11. Cienfuegos – Santa Clara

Still hilly 70sh km road but never like Terrazas or Viñales area. Valentina and I got good momentum going and none mechanic problems with Spaghetti. The thing about riding on a tandem is that Stocker and Captain have to adjust to each other's performance. Just like two different kind of cars, they have their own … Continue reading Cycling Cuba day 11. Cienfuegos – Santa Clara

Cycling Cuba day 10. Playa Giron – Cienfuegos

The Cycling to Cienfuegos Although a steady climb on our cycling, the 80km from Playa Giron to Cienfuegos is an easy non-traffic ride. There are plenty of shade stops for drinks, repairs, lunch, etc. At some point we found a long stretch of the road covered by seeds. We asked one of the workers and … Continue reading Cycling Cuba day 10. Playa Giron – Cienfuegos

Cuba day 9. Soroa – Playa Larga – Playa Giron

Cycling Cuba challenges are mostly not having access to water or food in the middle of nowhere or even worse, not finding accommodation because you -as a tourist- are not meant to be there -as we learnt on Day 6-. So instead of cycling to Playa Larga we decided to take a Taxi that would … Continue reading Cuba day 9. Soroa – Playa Larga – Playa Giron

Cuba day 6. Viñales – San Diego de los Baños

We took a few hours to source cartons and pack Spaghetti into three home made boxes ready to take the Taxi Colectivo to Cienfuegos and continue our trip on the eastern side of La Habana. We originally had a "regular" taxi (not certified) booked but the day before, the government announced that all taxis effective … Continue reading Cuba day 6. Viñales – San Diego de los Baños