Casa Jorge y Alicia
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... of the rest of the places we visited! It's a big city that has it's own Malecon, but it's a lot more laid-back and definitely more affluent than much of Havana. We stayed on the Peninsula and had a very refreshing and enjoyable time there.
What we did
The first day we watched Australia lose in their first World Cup match and the second day we watched England lose their first ...
... I had met the day before at the casa who had had to move houses due to being overbooked.After this lovely natural setting I went to the Rancho Playa beach where I stayed for a few hours swimming and relaxing. Sadly it seemed a great snorkelling area but nowhere to hire gear. I had also planned to go to the dolphinarium, famous here, but it was closed on Wednesdays. Oh well nice day under a palmed lined palapa . At 3 pm the driver came to pick me up as arranged and I picked ...
... talented. The show-stealer was a kindergartener. She put so much heart and focus into her performance - far more than you would think a child that age could.
After that, we headed to the port to board our cruise ship, the Louis Cristal. For the next four days, we will be sailing around Cuba on her as she makes her inaugural season on this run. We will be amongst the first Americans to circumnavigate Cuba by cruise ship.
Today I woke up at 9am with no alarm! It was really nice. I went down for breakfast at 9:30 with my mom and eventually Abby joined us. Lien had already eaten earlier. We all went back upstairs, and my mom and I packed up our room and left the house at 11:00 to walk to the Internet cafe. On the way there, we passed a group of guys yelling at each other. When we arrived at the Internet cafe, there was a line outside, but thanks to a guy standing by, he told us the ...
Interesting Cuban transport
Since the bus station was several kilometers outside of Havana’s centre, we had to take a taxi to get there. In order to get a fair price we had the owner of our casa particulares organize a taxi for us. He was very happy when he presented to us an old Chevy, saying that the fare was only 6 CUC, which was anything but cheap but still cheaper than the 8 CUC or more that taxi drivers usually offered us foreigners. ...
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