Cienfuegos to Trinidad
An impressive viaduct above a beach between Cienfuegos and Trinidad - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Off the tourist trail as we enter Trinidad - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Classic cobbled street where the buildings sport the classic high windows and doors.  One of the buildings houses a primary school where the pupils are left in no doubt what they need to wear - the traditional uniform of all Cuban primary schools - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Cars are not banned from the cobbled streets of the Old Town where among the many American automobiles a British Ford Prefect has been well preserved albeit with non-standard additions - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
A hawker extols tourists to buy "souvenir" non-convertible pesos while another doesn't find anyone willing to hire his burro - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Donkey work in the streets of Old Trinidad - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Classic cars and classic buildings with a street market on the corner - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
La Canchanchara - the tavern which gave its name to the drink - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
The mixture of honey, lemon, rum, ice and water is served in a earthenware pot - on this occasion is a deserted bar - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
A beautiful tiled building and the Iglesia Parroquial de la Santisima Trinidad - Parish Church of the Most Holy Trinity - in the Plaza Major - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Many tourists choose to climb the tower of the Palacio Centero (left), but the taller tower of the Iglesia y Convento de San Francisco (right) affords better views.  The Church and Convent of San Francisco is now another Museum of the Revolution - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
A well armed and radar-equipped fast motorboat powered by two large outboard engines - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Gorkovski Avtozavod Горьковский Абтозавод Truck
Soviet supplied Горьковский Абтозавод - Gorkovski Avtozavod (Gorky Auto Factory) - army truck and the remains of a downed US Navy aircraft - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
If time permits and you are perhaps less interested in the military exhibits it is worth climbing the stairs for a panoramic view over the city.  In the foreground (right) is the courtyard of the Palacio Centero - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
The Neo-Classical courtyard and interior of the Palacio Centero - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Returning to their coach a group of tourists were joined by a well looked after dog which was obviously expecting something - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Experience had probably taught him not to enter a vehicle but knew that standing by the door would probably get him a reward of a biscuit - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

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