Juan Antonio Borrego

May, 2012

  • 30 May

    Sancti Spiritus: Heavy Rains Turned Railroad into Roller Coaster (+photos)

    The picture of twisted rails, bare roads, and bottomless hollows could be better connected with a Steven Spielberg production than with the present condition of the railroad that runs from the Cuban village of Trinidad to the town of Meyer, in the Escambray ridge of mountains.»

  • 11 May

    Cuba’s Sancti Spiritus, Energy-Independent

    For many experts the future economic development in Sancti Spiritus province is “decided” in an open space of just over 26 000 square meters of land, located in a former sugar cane plantation in the sugar mill Melanio Hernandez, next toTuinucu village.»

February, 2012

  • 19 February

    Cuba: Sancti Spiritus Canning Industry Weans of Imports

    Sancti Spiritus canning industry counts on four lines of production which includes a processing and aseptic canning plant of Italian origin, for obtaining primary pulp and capable of assimilating 120 tons of fruit each working day.»

  • 17 February

    Now People Call Me Saint Valentine, Plane Pilot Says

    Three workers from the Air Service National Company (ENSA, in Spanish) travelling onboard an AN-2CX light aircraft, were unhurt after an emergency landing on Jibacoa, a location next to Topes de Collantes, in the Escambray mountain range.»

  • 7 February

    Hydraulic Mega-Project Being Built in Central Cuba

    An artificial river nearly as long as Cauto and two times the size of Zaza, is being drawn in the island’s belly in such a silent manner, that the magnitude of the work is hardly revealed, not even for those involved in the undertaking. The building works are scheduled to …»