This time we changed our course to find a Fortress of San Pedro de la Roca (1638), near the city, which was the best defense, especially from the English army.
The fort is situated in the entry to the bay, which gives access to Santiago de Cuba. In that bay we can see some curious houses, built over the water, where mainly fishermen live.
And is time to say goodbye to the city of music, with this image taken from one of the tallest buildings in the city, the Melia Santiago, and keeping in mind that most buildings have 1 or 2 floors.
Photos: Natacha Brigham