Rolling into the crumbling small town of Trinidad there was a sense of calm and possibilities. Whilst Trinidad, Cuba, is a major stop on the tourist trail and a UNESCO World Heritage Site it is considered a small town by the local government. We found resources stretched the most here then our other stops. Speaking with a local tourist agent many of the people who work in jobs that expose them to tourists have had their salaries reduced to around 14CUC a month. This is because there is an expectation that the workers get tips from the tourists. There is a lot of pressure on the townfolk as this thinking doesn’t take into account the rapid increase in food costs due to the tourists ability to pay more. A local simply can not afford to pay 1CUC for one mango.