Casa Colonial 1830
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Was meant to head down to the beach but even though I was awake I pulled out. Probably as good a place as any to laze around but I decided I preferred to sleep in the aircon rather than the hot sand. Was just feeling lazy really. From the others said it was lovely.Had a couple of beers on the stairs in the evening. Reading The Sun Also Rises at the moment which is a nice fit though wish I had The Old Man ...
... to go, but Sharon has a bad back, so we declined. But definitely, we told the guys that we will think about it..It felt not right to dampen their spirits.
Our first visit was the temple. It was eerie, but very quiet. The Priest was there, he spoke no English at all. We just looked around the temple. There was a black doll, in a white dress at the entrance. Then there was an alter in the room inside. Photography was allowed, so we took pictures and got out. ...
... they all fold the pizza…. So they need less cardboard for holding. And since we had an early supper, we even had the time for a stroll along the beach.
Beach time at Playa Ancon
After some sightseeing we are ready to some refreshing cool water of the ocean, so today we drove all the way to the end at to the Hotel Playa Ancon and we got told it is the best ...
... sores, runny eyes, matted hair, and other physical problems. But Cuba's children are bright-eyed, cheerful, open, and eager to talk with us. Their health is a testament to Cuba's provision of adequate health care and nutrition for all children, an accomplishment we in the U.S. have not matched. All women in Cuba have the right to take one year of maternity leave, and working mothers have the ...
A curious thing here is the street
vendors. Men mostly, pushing small carts
or pulling a wagon, go up and down the lanes calling out (at the top of their
lungs) what they are selling. Be it
lettuce, long beans or tomatoes, ice cream or delicious looking pastries that
they scoop up and settle into your bare hand.
Rule #2 – Cubans love sweets.
It’s very different on this side of ...