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Matanzas is called the City of Bridges , for the seventeen bridges that cross the three rivers that traverse the city Rio Yumuri, San Juan, and Canimar. For this reason it was referred to as the "Venice of Cuba. Matanzas was one of the regions that saw intensive development of sugar plantations during the colonial era. Consequently, many African slaves were imported to support the sugar industry, particularly during the first half of the nineteenth century. By , 53, slaves made up Due to the high number of both slaves and, importantly, free Afro-Cubans in Matanzas, the retention of African traditions is especially strong there.
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Chronicle of a Trip to Matanzas, Cuba, Police Bribes Included | Havana Times
In terms of physical safety, Cuba is a dream destination for women travelers. Most streets can be walked alone at night, violent crime is rare and the chivalrous part of machismo means you'll never step into oncoming traffic. But machismo cuts both ways, protecting on one side and pursuing — relentlessly — on the other. It can be tiresome to go out alone at night and steel yourself against the onslaught of pretendientes men courting , unless you're really keen on them or improving your Spanish. There's also relatively few solo travelers in Cuba and no youth hostels which means fewer travelers to keep company with. Cuban women are used to piropos the whistles, kissing sounds and compliments constantly ringing in their ears , and might even reply with their own if they're feeling frisky.
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Man and woman kiss in a special place for lovers in a Bellamar cave. Matanzas, Cuba.
I travelled from Jibacoa to Matanzas with some nifty hitchhiking and a ton of luck! I was staying in a cool old hacienda style house, Casa Rio with antique furniture and a wonderfully strong water pressure. Actually, the true prize of this room was the hair dryer.
As I was leaving in a rush, I had to look for a private collective taxi. To my surprise, the 5 USD rate which is expensive as it is for ordinary Cubans, had gone up to 7 USD in the past month or so, according to the driver. Supply and demand, replied the taxi driver to my questions. He mentioned fuel prices, among other things. He was basically saying that between spare parts, fuel and maintenance, almost all of his earnings fly away.
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