Casa Deysi y Adiel
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This is the culmination of all the pictures I've selected for this blog to Cuba. They generally represent what I saw, recorded, and remembered. As you can see, the country is diverse in its many aspects of architecture, condition, environment, artworks, transportation, people, history, museums, restaurants with their food …
... acaban arrojandonos a la calle escupiendo su rabia en el suelo - leer la reseŮa que escribi aqui: https://www.mycasaparticular.com/en/pro piedad/detalle.php?id=792 ;
... niet meer liggen hebben. Ons hostel is vlak bij
de bushalte en onze rugzakken zitten al in de stockagekamer. We
melden ons aan en krijgen een kamersleutel voor onze laatste nacht in
Centraal-Amerika. Het hostel lijkt een beetje op een vleugel van een
zwaar bewaakt gevangeniscomplex. We hebben een semi-private kamer.
Dit wil zeggen dat we onze badkamer delen met onze buren. Gelukkig
zijn de buren niet thuis en eigenlijk hebben we een hele gang voor
... of me taking things for granted and do not really understand the needs of the local community...welcome to global travel everyone!
Don't know what date it is today, I had to look it up. Diaries are the realms of structured lives and there is little structure to travel (well at least not ours; you wake and decide what to do that day or what your needs are that day). But I think on this occassion it is far simpler than that. I am ...
On my last morning I stretched my legs along the MalecÚn and the rest of the harbour around old Havana, watching the fishermen and enjoying the sun. That's when I bumped into Clemence, or "Clem" as he insisted I call him as Clemence sounded too silly and sort of British which didn’t suit his Caribbean/African heritage. We found each other right there and then, imitating and laughing at different accents, it was easy giving him French or ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Deysi y Adiel Havana
It's got a great location, across the street from one of our favorite restaurant in Havana, La Guarida. Even saw Susan Sarandon who happened to come into our dining room, and my friend, Alexander, suggested some great entrees. The chicken with lemon and honey sauce is to die for.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.