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I understand there is some very very small fishing village when back from Jardines de la Reina which is not really a "social" place or developed one... what is the easiest way to find transport at this area ? i hear there are no options
other than booking a taxi in advance and that costs are extremely high.
Anyone was there for scuba diving and knows ?
I'm going to Cuba for first time in November. I would like to take spanish lessons for a week in Havana and doing homestay. Unfortunately I only find the usual big language schools but I prefer something more private if posible in Cuba. Is it posible to get lessons with a private teacher? I have level C1 but need to refresh it.
Im going to have at least a week to travel after ending my diving time inJardines de la Reina.
I will most likely end it and will stop either in Trinidad or in Cienfuegos (Been in both before). I haven't been to the eastern side of Cuba so i want to visit Santiago de Cuba and wondering where else would it be worth and easy to travel: Baracoa ? Holguin ? other places ?
Where would you recommend and the benefits of each places / whats there to see ?
Any recommended places to sleep there ?
Will appreciate your assistance :)
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