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Yo! We are Sandra & Bojan, quirky vagabonds usually found in the company of a furry member of the pack, Nano.

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On a porch of casa particular


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CASA PARTICULAR: the ultimate guide for the best accommodations in Cuba

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December 6, 2018

“Mi casa es tu casa” is a Spanish saying, that best describes the Casa Particular. As I’ve already written in first post about Cuba, the Casas Particulatres are a system commonly found in Cuba, where a local rents a room (or several for that matter) in his or her…

Stray dogs - intersting thing in Cuba


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6 INTERESTING THINGS ABOUT CUBA

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November 30, 2018

As you know, the world is small (and Cuba even smaller.). So of course, in Trinidad we ran into Miha and Metka (with whom we already met in Havana and on the way to Playa Giron). They arrived there one day before and had already positioned themselves in a…

Tečaj salse Trinidad


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LET’S SALSA!

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November 27, 2018

Trinidad is a small, quiet, sleepy picturesque town, which every tourist visiting Cuba should see. The colourful single-story houses dating to the times of the Spanish colonial period, adorned by fabulous terraces, the countless cobbled streets, several stands, where one can buy novelty actually produced in Cuba and vivid…

Hotel Playa Giron, v ospredju palme


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JOURNEY TO A BEACH…OR AT LEAST WE THOUGHT SO😊

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November 25, 2018

Apparently, our trip to Vinales was a rather lucky one because this time our taxi was a run-down Lada Niva. Oh, and to top it off, three of us were crammed in the back seat. Even though at first, Bojan and I were alone in the cab and I…

A view from above


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“HEY CABALLOS!”

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November 25, 2018

After sightseeing through the bustling streets of Havana, the tiny village of  Viñales, located on the southeast of the island and famous for its lush tobacco plantations, limestone monoliths and placed under protection by UNESCO World Heritage, was our next stop.

As every traveler’s guide is filled with endless and…