The following day, we awoke to the early morning voices of street vendors calling out their wares: bread, fruit, onions and more. Wanting to see more of Cienfuegos, we approached one of the other common forms of transportation for tourists and Cubans — a horse-drawn cart with a friendly driver. We wanted to see outside the city center, so he drove us off to his own neighborhood, waving to friends along the way and passing vendors peddling or pushing their carts from house to house. Before returning, he dropped us at the Cementerio la Reina, where crypts in the walls hold soldiers and freedom fighters of Cuba’s past wars of independence. Our next stop was an indoor farmers market, where we bought pineapples, tomatoes, cucumbers, papayas and other fruits to supplement the provisions our charter company was providing.