Bicycling Cuba: 50 Days of Detailed Rides from Havana to El Oriente: 50 Days of Detailed Ride Routes from Havana to Pinar Del Rio and the Oriente Paperback – 1 Nov 2002
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In this delightful and very practical guide, they outline, kilometer by kilometer--for all the Canadians and Europeans whose governments actually let them vacation in Cuba legally--the best places to eat, sleep, sightsee, and even avoid.
About the Author
Wally Smith, a former newspaper and radio reporter, has been a bicycle tour leader for Bike Vermont for more than 12 years. Barbara Smith has cycled in the Maritime Provinces, Quebec, New England, and the Skyline Drive in Virginia and the Carolinas. She occasionally joins her husband Wally in leading Bike Vermont tours. The Smiths live in South Strafford, Vermont.
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We warmly recommend Bicycling Cuba for independent cyclists planning a trip to Cuba.
This book might be approaching 14 years old and some may find it a little dated, importantly, most of what I've read is accurate enough to allow you to have an adventure of your own and make some new discoveries without having everything on the plate.
The book is clearly laid out and easy to follow.
For anyone thinking of cycling around Cuba, this really is the book to read and refer to.
Cuba is a very beautiful country to explore on bicycle, for now there is very little traffic outside of the cities, much of it is flat, the people are so warm & helpful and you can always find someone who will help you fix your bike (though you may need your own parts as it's hard for them to get new supplies). I can't wait to go back to see more. In two weeks I saw the western part of Cuba so there's still the whole eastern side for me to explore!
Here a few reasons why:
- the packing list essentials is now different because lots of things were not available in Cuba 10yrs ago.
- the directions includes landmarks
- shops for water , food etc have now moved , closed, re-opened somewhere else
- most roads have not been maintained and are horrible to ride and other ones are now nice.
Need an updated version soon!!
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