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... member of the group due to financial difficulties at that moment. LOL! But boy do I regret not ordering a whole meal to myself. Just as we were about to finish, we saw a young lad relaxing out on the hammock with the massage gear. Business wasn't looking great that day for him since we were the only ones on that beach that day so a couple of us from the group decided to hire him out with us. I have never seen a bigger smile on a young lad's face when he realised today was his ...
... Coast and had a communal picnic and a swim in the sea. Really good.Baracoa is a small coastal town and seems nice. Certainly a nice change after Santiago de Cuba.Dinner was a small restaurant not far from the square. Nothing special but the fish in coconut sauce was ...
After a day of organising everything from buses, to accommodation to food we were finally ready set off to our last but certainly not least destination of "Baracoa" after many long term Cuban travellers told us it is a must visit city. The lonely planet describes Baracoa as the whackiest of all cities in cuba... After the things I had seen in the rest of Cuba I was unsure as to how things could get any crazier. At 7:15 am on Saturday morning we said goodbye to our ...
... 200k) and biggest in Cuba. It was very muddy. It looked like the Limpopo. We could have a boat ride for 5CUCs before or after lunch. We chose after and settled into a Pomelo rum punch drunk out of an actual Pomelo, while we waited for them to set up.
It was quite an interesting lunch as the soup was served in a bamboo cane sliced in half.
We got very silly as we drank laughing with Loretta about UK comedy shows (Catherine Tate, Little Britain, ...
... and there is a marker nearby. Carmen "healed" 3 of our group in her bedroom where she has her altar. Her spiritualism is a mixture of Santeria, Catholicism and other faiths and she has had the gift since she was a girl. One of her daughters has the gift. We tasted coconut, almond and honey candy, coconut water and jelly and their chocolate that they make. Raphael climbed the coconut tree in 19 seconds to chop down a fruit!! After our ...
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