Casa La Gran Familia
Travel Blogs from Vinales
For us arriving back in town was the end of the adventure but for the boys it could go for much longer considering their forced appointment with the police the following morning. I thought it either brave or stupid that they all said that they were not going to present themselves for the meeting. We all admired their resistance & I hope that they didn’t get into too much trouble.
That night we all met up at the salsa club ...
... now pulling down the shutters “why is it closing its only 3pm?, it is supposed to close at 8pm?”. He simply points to a guy carrying a small little machine that creates smoke to rid buildings of mosquitos. Great!!!! if only I had my fu*king passport in the first place.
I gave up trying to get money or change it as I knew that we had exactly 50CUC & the car that we were taking was arranged to cost 25CUC per person. As long as we ...
Recuerdo las noches estrelladas y cómo podía tumbarme divisando el universo mientras me fumaba mi buen puro que nos habían regalado en el cosechero de puros.
Cosas que hice en Viñales:
* Fumar Puros
*Ir a la cueva del indio
*Alquilarme una moto
*Ir a Cayo Jutías
*Escuchar al Jacky Jackarta
*Hacerme coleguita de los del restaurante
*Montar a caballo
*Bañarme en el lago y disfrutar como un enano
... cool spot to stop on a hot day.
Once we arrived in town our group was divided up and sent off to meet our 'mamas and papas' at local casa's. Staying with local families is by far the best way to see Cuba. The houses are immaculate and if you like they can prepare amazing meals for you at a great price. We were directed to a bright pink house on the main street, along with Olivier, a single traveler from France. Our host spoke only Spanish, however her son was studying ...
... seats and tables on the top deck, chatting with Alex about group trips and Sri Lanka. Dayron gave us the Explore questionnaire to fill out.
Docked at 1037 amongst the red mangroves. A welcoming fruit drink and then everybody did their own thing, the Children moving to the first beach chair and sitting down [the new Explore client] whereas I walked some 35+ minutes to the very eastern tip of the island [the old Explore client], finding a solitary beach chair and nobody ...