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... ruin my fingers for the sake of a 6b flash. Iv also climbed with another cuban called tito, yorabi had a school group to instruct, me and tito climbed at the same crag, and what a crag, cuerva larga!
The day before I meet some other climbers, a guy with a strong canadian accident but with a bulldog tattoo on one arm, and a welsh dragon on ther other, after introducing ourselves in spanish and asking where we were from, he points to his tattoos explaining that ...
... laugh at hardships and keep on going somehow. Some of the challenges they are faced with are:
Strict governmental restrictions apply to everyday life which limit the freedom of speech, information, ownership, travel and work. An average salary in Cuba is around CHF 10.- to 15.- per month (now try to make a living with that!?!)! However, anybody working in the tourist industry (including guides, prostitutes or kids renting out their old bike) can ...
... can you argue with the real deal. Gladys summons us at 7:30pm and we collapse at the magnitude of food she has on offer. Pot of beans, bowl of rice, half a chicken, a large freshwater fish fillet, plate of fruit, plate of crisps, plate of plaintains and yuca, plate of salad, various sauces and home-made salsa’s, and to finish it off two giant squares of meringue topped cake. It was an indefeatable array of food but we came bloody close given it absolutely mouth-watering. At ...
... there is no line, i’m welcomed in by the security guard & approach the counter to be greeted with “passport please?”...........‘fu#k it’ was my minds reply.
So back across the town square to where Dani was waiting with Nadine & Moshe for a car that we had arranged to take us to Vinales. Passport in hand I get to the cadeca to find that in the short time frame of 5 mins it was closing. I say to the guard ...
... On the way home we stopped at his cousins house and had turtle and olives. Comes well recommended if you haven't tried it. Yum.
Tuesday was blood sample day, which was a little problematic, so I had to drive back to Havana to extend my car hire for a further day and returned Wednesday for a farewell lunch and collection of the sample.
I hope you enjoy the photos. Luna has made such a fabulous recovery. :)