Sailing in Cuba


This is an exceptional sailing trip along south-west coast of Cuba.

Culturally, Cuba is considered part of Latin America.[19] It is a multiethnic country whose peopleculture and customs derive from diverse origins, including the Taíno Ciboney peoples, the long period of Spanish colonialism, the introduction of enslaved Africans and a close relationship with the Soviet Union in the Cold War.

Cuban cuisine is a fusion of Spanish and Caribbean cuisines. Cuban recipes share spices and techniques with Spanish cooking, with some Caribbean influence in spice and flavor. Food rationing, which has been the norm in Cuba for the last four decades, restricts the common availability of these dishes.[381] The traditional Cuban meal is not served in courses; all food items are served at the same time.

The typical meal could consist of plantains, black beans and rice, ropa vieja (shredded beef), Cuban bread, pork with onions, and tropical fruits. Black beans and rice, referred to as moros y cristianos (or moros for short), and plantains are staples of the Cuban diet. Many of the meat dishes are cooked slowly with light sauces. Garlic, cumin, oregano, and bay leaves are the dominant spices.

We can anchor in various places and scubadive.

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Source of  pictures is Wikipedia

  1. By Ezarate Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,
  2. By Antônio Milena/ABr - Agência Brasil [1], CC BY 3.0 br,
  3. By Henryk Kotowski - Own work, CC BY 2.5,
  4. Von Roberty - Eigenes Werk, Gemeinfrei,
  5. By BluesyPete - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,
  6. By Emmanuel Huybrechts from Laval, Canada - Varadero's beach, CC BY 2.0,
  7. By Ji-Elle - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

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