Casa Yolanda Y Tomas Mederos
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... a huge tree just outside. Dozens of horses were pastured nearby, as it is a breeding ranch. Dinner was really good, with especially memorable fresh, hot bread with sweet butter. I spent the afternoon in the rocking chair on the porch, reading “What Everyone Needs to Know about Cuba” and in the evening we figured out how to make the TV work and watched an early 80s movie with Meryl Streep and Robert DeNiro called Falling in Love. Perfect end to a Valentine’s ...
... numerous stalactites and stalagmites, and apparently theres bigger caves in cuba. Outside the cave, the humidty was gross as was the mossys, no matter trinidad tommorrow, in cities there doesnt seem to be mossys, lets hope. That night, mi ultimo noche con elina, adolfo, omar and co, we play the last game of my series, and thus far me and omar were 4 for 4, not loosing a session. After each time to wind armando up, omar would repeadetly at every oppurtunity, run his ...
... cave (El Palenque De los Cimarrones )where the plantation slaves escaped and hid from the spanish. horse ride back. This one had a carraige im glad to say.
Next Mural de la Prehistora, where in 1960 with the ok from Fidel, a giant painting was created on the cliff wall to represent the evolution of man, based on the sea life fossils found in the stone.
Next stop, a small tree house with wood and stone carvings. The artist was having ...
... and this brought the statistic up to 24%. So a few words to describe the landscape would be: thatch, scrub, dust, sneeze, allergy, yellows, browns, reds, and a bit of green. In amongst all that you’ve got Cuba’s famous royal palms which help break up the desolation. It’s a bit like Cambodias totty palms, breaking through the scrub and thatch, reaching for the sun.
We stop in La Terrazas for a bit of break. It’s a Unesco Biosphere Reserve and once ...
... to make it a good one. Besides catching up on blogs, reading & sitting in the sun we did get out and do a few fun activities to make the most of our time there.
Coating ourselves in suncream at a steamy 9am, we waited for our guide at the local tour operators office. 10CUC tour through the tobacco fields & nearby national park was high on the agenda.
Our walking tour guide had grown up in Vinales on a tobacco & vegetable ...