Casa Los Delfines
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... store was open, but the door was locked, because there were too many people inside, so ½ hour later when we were inside we discovered why: you stand in line look on the shelves behind the counter say what you want and then you pay at that one till… and since they didn’t have milk or cookies… we left.
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... many different corals and tropical fish in these clear waters – I even followed Tam and her scuba group for a while as they descended to 20m, visibility was amazing. After Tam’s second dive ($25 per dive, not bad) and a 1.5km training swim by myself along the pristine waters, we soon jumped back on our bus back to Playa Larga. This night the sunset wasn’t ruined by amorous pooches but soon enough a dark cloud formed and the rain came down, but we ...
... from the fifties that serve as Havana's taxis. Dinner was at La Gaurida, a paladar located up five flights of marble stairs in a crumbling mansion in a dicey neighborhood but which is considered by many to be the best place in town. Not only was it featured in the movie Strawberries and Chocolate, but it is among the few restaurants in post-Revolutionary Havana that have been reviewed in the New York TImes. The seviche and grouper were ...
... dusty streets, and killer sunsets, but with the addition of French architecture rather than the usual Spanish. As was usual for us, we spent our time wandering around, soaking up the life in the streets and escaping the heat with countless ice-cold 10c fresh guava, pineapple or mango juices. My cold from Trinidad turned into a delightfully painful ear infection that would linger and plague me for the next few ...
Am Montagmorgen ging es mit Roger und unserem Fahrer Avel los Richtung Cienfuegos. Cienfuegos ist eine Stadt am Meer, welche von Franzosen gegründet und aufgebaut wurde. Man kann dies sehr gut am Stil der Häuser und den breiten Boulevards erkennen. Viele Häuser sind momentan in Restauratation, da die Kubaner, durch den lokalen Hafen, in naher Zukunft viele Touristen von Kreuzfahrten erwarten.
On Monday morning we started our journey ...