Alfredo Y Olga
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... and tried to find somewhere to go salsa dancing - but by the time we found somewhere it was too late and Megan was ready for bed.
The next day we went to see the flamingos at a swamp nearby and were horrified to discover more mosquitoes than I think either of us have ever seen in one place! We did see some flamingos but we couldn't really get close, but the rowing boat trip was incredibly ...
... are each given a sunflower. After we had assembled, the mother sang a song and the artist proceed to paint flowers on the girl. When we were finished walking around, examining his work and the output of his project, Trazos Libres, literally freehand sketching but in this case, the name of his studio and a community art project, Santiago placed a single clean canvas on an easel and asked us to paint. Linda painted a red heart, Suzie added ...
... quite nice while the latter was very disappointing, due to a lot of dirt at the shore and the clouds in the sky preventing any sunset viewing. Oh well! It was fun to explore the city and it was an experience for us to see a lot of state propaganda messages spread all over town. To me it appeared that the smaller the towns were, the more state propaganda posters and drawings existed…
The only problem in Cienfuegos, as in Havana too, was ...
... government official.
Green (dark) Army
Green (light) Ministry of the Interior . . . don't mess with this one!
Maroon: Rental car
Orange (dark) Foreign business or journalist.
Orange (light) Cuban business manager and officials.
Red (dark) Company car that can be driven 24/7.
... on time before sunset.
Next, Cienfuegos, a nice quiet town that was once built by Frenchmen. Got some interesting pics on the road there.
We stayed a night at Cienfuegos and checked it out by night-time.