Casa Anita Fonseca
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... One guy from the band came over to sell a CD to us. He was charging 15 CUC for a CD which is very outrageous. He didn't want to drop his price and we didn't want to pay that much. But definitely there were Japanese tourists, who paid them whatever they wanted.
Our next visit was the Museo Nacional de la Lucha Contra Bandidos..in short revolutionary war museum. It cost us 1 CUC to get in. It was a great experience to see all those people who fought in the ...
... water while waiting for
us. He had asked for 2 cucs only. He took us to the Casa after we got our money done. It was walking distance from the bus depot but with my
suitcase it would have been difficult to roll it down on cobblestone
paths. Our casa host, a gay guy came out and said that his water pipe
broke the previous night and he made us stay at his neighbors house. Luis was happy to get
his 6 cuc and he looked at me with ...
... cool – at least know we saw where we were.
Driving through the Topes de Collantes
It was a lot of up and down over the mountains, and once in a while also some gravel road, the best part was the road repair part, where they had some real big holes in the road and then from then we came to the repaired part, which felt like it needed some repair.
... his shell with some of the older ones. Cool. Later I realised I would not be impressed to see two young boys getting on a tour bus! Saw some waves on the south coast, near Trinidad. Bit of a left to right break, with a slight offshore. It didn't look good, so I did not take a board out. AK - the trip to the Che Guevara memorial was interesting - it really is a shrine to all things Che. The memorial itself is made of stone excavated from the ...
In Trinidad we had a very nice lodge, with swimming pool. There was an outside museum near, so we pulled ourselves out of the pool and into our interested faces. This was a museum about Che Guevara, and his heroic deeds. Apparently he disconnected ...