Casa Anita Fonseca
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... starting to come and cool things down a bit. Once we got back to town we continued the relaxing theme by spending some time resting at the casa and some time walking around the old town and sitting in the main square enjoying the atmosphere. Dinner at our casa was delicious again, this time we had lobster and as usual we were served way too much. It is probably a good thing we are leaving tomorrow, otherwise ...
... It took us about 3/4 hour to walk to the falls but when we got there it was well worth it, so secluded and away from the crowds there was only a few other people there which was nice. We spent about an hour there, going for a swim in a waterhole at the base of the falls, it was cool but refreshing on another hot day! We then headed back to meet our taxi driver who we had arranged to pick us up ...
... sores, runny eyes, matted hair, and other physical problems. But Cuba's children are bright-eyed, cheerful, open, and eager to talk with us. Their health is a testament to Cuba's provision of adequate health care and nutrition for all children, an accomplishment we in the U.S. have not matched. All women in Cuba have the right to take one year of maternity leave, and working mothers have the ...
... in the middle of nowhere. The road...kind of...was very windy and steep. Really was amazing his lada got through places. Arrival in Trinidad to our casa which again no English but they are very kind. Son.in.law is an artist using charcoal and his images are surreal. - the whole village is full of artists which is great. Narrow cobbled streets all houses are like terraces and again all colours. The central plaza has a band playing ...
... everyone is not equal. In their emerging economy there will be
winners and losers. The young people we
have talked with here are current on world events and understand the world Cuba
has known must change, but they hope it will change slowly. If things change too fast, they tell us, they
are in danger of losing the magic that makes Cuba so unique.
Tomorrow we board the bus for a 3 hour trip
to Playa Larga. Beach and birds await