Charlotte & John's Travels

A gallery of our adventures

Last additions - Cycling Cuba
Bread DeliveryOutside of the villages and towns, bread is delivered by bicycle. Sometimes they would sell to us - sometimes they would give us the bread and accept no money - other times they would refuse any transaction. Apr 12, 2007
Waiting for a rideAt every intersection, people wait and wait and wait. Apr 12, 2007
A typical scene along any roadRiding in the back of a truck is a form of inexpensive transportation for Cubans and the curious or daring foreigner. Apr 12, 2007
"Taxis" at the Niquero bus stationApr 12, 2007
A typical sunrise startHeading east out of Niquero, Granma ProvinceApr 12, 2007
Road SignOn the La Farola Highway - a magnificant 75 km ride over the mountains of Baracoa. Apr 12, 2007
Finally a Rest!Lots of climbs over the Sierra Maestra headlands today. One of the most scenic rides in Cuba. Apr 12, 2007
Campismo La MulaA south coast campground.Apr 12, 2007
The Sierra Maestra Mountain RangePico Turquino (1972m) the highest peak in Cuba is 15 km to the west of this Campismo lagoon.Apr 12, 2007
2005 Hurricane DamageA spectacular 62 km ride along the coastal road south of the Sierra Maestra.Apr 12, 2007
Elementary School ChildrenAll children of this age group wear the maroon and white uniform with a blue scarf. Apr 12, 2007
Traffic outside the Sancti Spiritus bus stationQuite a variety of vehicle style is found on the streets of Cuba.Apr 12, 2007
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