Remedios is a central Cuban colonial town built round the sugar industry. The sugar factory we were taken to had been vast in its heyday. However now a sugar museum is housed in a small part of one of its large disused buildings.
A local farmer with a cartload of tomatoes driven by a couple of oxen ambled by while we were outside the sugar factory.
A particularly impressive cathedral for such a small place as Remedios. I liked the ornate Baroque altar.
This bar has hardly changed since it was built 150 years ago.
I can't remember why (is it important?), but floats for yet another fiesta were being built in this suburb. Cubans don't need much of an excuse to party!