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... a 2 wide, three high apartment block. Inside I was shown my digs - a room with two double beds, air con, a fridge and on suite all with it's own lockable door. The rest of the casa was also basically at my disposal with a kitchen, dining/living room and balcony complete with rocking chairs and a very nice country view! Similar to the casa in Havana this one has a connecting room to the aparrtment across the hall. Here the family lives, the owner and husband, plus he parents and ...
... second largest ave system in the Americas, and was worth checking out. We also saw a huge monument to farmers that fought in the revolution and a big (we're talking 30m high!) mural that supposedly depicts evolution but I'm not 100% convinced by it! (see the photos)
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Casa Particulars are great but sometimes they can be amazing
... the earth. The ferry ride was about 35 minutes across, and took us to a dock on the inside of the small island, where mangroves crowded the shore. We walked for about five minutes through to the other side of the island and saw the long beach of fine white sand and aqua sea where we would spend the day swimming and resting on lounge chairs under beach shelters.
But as 5:00 and the departure of our ferry loomed, I found that I didn’t envy the ...
... valley. We were kept busy for most of the 6 days we were here. By busy, it was like: wake up and do something (horse ride, run etc.) then shower and have a siesta, then enjoy some local rum with amazing views... It was quite tough really. Accommodation: We stayed in 2 casas here. Initially we were in a casa recommended by our casa in Trinidad. We stayed in Casa Amarilis Léon, right on the main street, for 2 nights before relocating to Casa Bernado y Belkys, further from town, with ...
... Havana and the birthplace of the Rumba (will we sent the boys off to dancing lessons ?? Time will tell).
The ultimate tourist thing to do in Cuba
It’s our last day in Viņales (it’s me again) – I was feeling a bit rough yesterday and this morning and just couldn’t be stuffed looking at the notebook. As it was, Willem was using it to write his English essay for school.
So, having decided that even feeling sick it was ...