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... find accommodation when you arrive. Finding accommodation would be easy though as there are many many places with the blue sign up indicating a place to stay.
The trip to Trinidad was a bit over 4 hours – 6 in the bus apparently- for a distance of about 250km. The roads are good and for most of the way it was a 6 lane highway – 3 each way – and very little traffic. The share taxi dropped me at my ...
... Che Guevera monument and museum. It was a fascinating insight into the life of Che, the famous, popular and pretty good looking Argentinian revolutionist. Sure he was brave and intelligent, but I'm still trying to get my head around why he is such a hero. I get that he overthrew the former dictator against terrible odds, but it seems like he just replaced one bad government with another one, who still oppressed the people and withheld their basic rights? For me, it's just not ...
... the nearby bell tower, Mac went up to the actual bell, Anthea's legs gave up at the lower roof terrace. The sunset from there was amazing with views over the town and across the countryside to the sea. Down below was the rest of the museum about bandidoes. We had an evening beer on a rooftop terrace nearby, listening to a band. Further down the road we had a small fish meal and returned to our accommodation to ...
... it's bad news, especially for me who likes to buy things that are shiny and different ha ha! Once we'd had enough we wanted to catch a taxi up to hike in the mountains that led to a waterfall called Javira in the El Cubano national park, where we can swim but then found out that it was to late in the day to go the there. Instead the taxi driver suggested another waterfall that was closer, so we ...
... a nice little chat with us. He talks about how he hates beer, his love of coffee and cigars, and how he walks 6kms everyday because he can't afford to buy even an old horse, and needs to sell his bananas in the city. He offers us a couple of his bananas and doesn't ask us for any money. Beer and bananas for lunch. After a while, we get up to leave and tell him we're glad to meet him and try to give him a few dollars. He looks at us and asks us why we want to give him money and ...