Casa Yolanda Y Tomas Mederos
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... in his eyes and we cannot help but smile and nod enthusiastically, as he explains in great detail about how the beans are cultivated and then ground.
As we head back towards Viņales, the sun is high in the sky and is not only getting hot but there is the prospect of rain in the afternoon. After bidding farewell to our guide Antonio we take the opportunity to walk along the main street Calle Salavador ...
... they didn't look that they could speak Spanish and their local guide didn't look he could speak English. All set, I offered my translation services in exchange of doing the tour with them (obviously). Deal! I also got a super discount on some freshly made cigars. A win-win for everyone, and I got a fresh coconut with Rhum on top. They were then going to a waterfall so I got invited for that too! :)
Lots of tourists were on horses but ...
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The second time we used a computer was at the hotel we stayed at in Maria La Gorda, in the far south-west of Cuba. We were finally able to purchase an ETECSA internet card for $6 CUC for an hour. As before, a lot of time was taken up getting past the security questions and this time the “captcha” texts that you have to type into a box to confirm you’re a real person were difficult and ...
... point we might look at taking all monies from the Housewives of Beverly Hills since they have clearly demonstrated a disconnect between societal contribution and wealth- working quickly through vapid movie stars, basketball players, and some Wall St types might start to level the playing field. We would highly recommend our own wealth transfer program of dropping off our money all around the globe which has proven to be a lot of fun.
... tree, the husband introduced us to his own little "cigar-factory" right in his own four walls. While he explained the cigar production process and continued with stories about his challenging childhood in a poor family, Andy and I tried one of his self-made cigars. It was a great atmosphere and very interesting discussion!
Later that evening we had dinner at our casa. Many casas offer this but with varying prices and quality of food. Dinner at this casa in Vinales ...