Casa Yolanda Y Tomas Mederos
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... the cute older couple comes out several times and they talk and talk and we kind of understand and don’t understand each other: hands, smiles and lots of laughing.
... earth here is deep red and looks like it is mostly clay, but it must be fertile because they grow so much – not just tobacco, but corn, malanga (a root vegetable), manioc, lettuces, tomatoes, carrots, eggplants and more. We took a guided walk through a tobacco farm and into the countryside – it was beautiful – we wandered in a small cave and ended up at a very vibrant organic farm to watch the sunset (not so ...
... 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 ...
... It is 45 km long and we saw 1 km. Reasonably vertical entry which was more suited to long legged people. Interesting that it was in a hill rather than underground. Cuban time again as we were there by 9.30 from the town and then waited for 45 minutes for 2 more groups to arrive. The tour was a little oversold as instead of the 1 1/2 hour we got the 45 minute expurgated edition. It was discovered in 1954 and then surveyed by the ...
... tobacco farm and the farmer himself came in and talked about how he raises extra money by making cigars and selling them to tourists. He proceeded to demonstrate how to roll a cigar, talking about the differences between these and the cigar rolling factories that are in the town. He then lit the new cigar and managed to sell some packs of cigars to some of the people on the tour.
We continued, walked across a home-made bridge, then met a field hand, ...