Casa Los Delfines
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... told us about times of local buses, as by then we were on a budget, and about a lagoon with flamingoes not too far away. As the public guagua (this is what they call a bus' in Cuba) was leaving shortly, we jumped on a bicitaxi to take us to the station. When we got there the driver convinced us to get into his friend's 50s Ford to take us there and back to see flamingoes for 12CUC. We agreed and had ...
... br> Jagua Castle:
Built in 1738 by the Spanish, to defend the bay against pirates who liked to be here too.
A short walk up, and besides one guy the only tourists, so we got a lot of smiles from everyone…
- we had some awesome views on the bay entrance, towards the large bay
- We touched some nice cannons.
- In the old rooms Paul looked well ...
... 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 ...
Avui recollim el cotxe i marxem cap a Cienfuegos, a uns 300 km a la part sud de l'illa. Ens costa trobar l'autopista perquè pràcticament no hi ha senyalització. Per això fem com els cubans i anem parant i preguntant. Alguns barris de la perifèria de La Habana devien estar construits en època soviètica perquè són blocs de ciment sense gràcia: sort que els pinten de colors molt vius!
No havíem vist mai ...
... ATM's have a habit of swallowing cards, we opted for the bank counter option. The armed police keeping people away from the door confused us initially, then they left and a huge crush of people (ourselves included) tried to get in (no orderly queuing here). After reading our set phrase from the phrase book and being assigned a number, we went and sat on some chairs, waiting to be called up to one of the tellers. A few minutes later, ...