Casa Colonial 1830
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... the radio mast. We all enjoyed a cold beer and water there, bought from the lone caretaker of the radio mast.
After a sweaty walk back down the hill we decided on soup and piņa colada for lunch, and we chatted to an English couple who seemed to have been around Cuba fairly fast and were disenchanted with the state of the roads etc. We thought this all a bit strange as they were much as we expected.
We enjoyed a tour of a local ...
Breakfast was fruit, with guava, sweet biscuits and pastry. Sparrows shared our bread and some odd little lizards with curly tails scampered around the courtyard. More roosters depicted, this time made from beads and buttons on the courtyard wall, we stil haven't worked out their significance. The dresser at the entrance to the courtyard had some of the local fruit and veg, guavas, cassava etc. on it. The ...
... a cocktail. Unfortunately she was very thirsty and drank it too fast before the tuna sandwich so she felt a little light headed. It seemed it was more of a tequila bar than anything else, as it seemed from those propping up the bar! We found the first local general store we have actually seen, also various fruit and veg little street markets. We also found three ice cream parlours so felt we had to try out one of them, having a scoop of chocolate vanilla ripple and ...
Off to the local Trinidad beach today on bus 2cuc return. Rented a beach chair under the palm frond umbrella then went out snorkelling on a catamaran to the reef approx 1k off shore. So snorkelling in the Caribbean today was great. Fish small but the colours wonderful. Really a chilled out day with the French and Germans. No Aussies met yet....maybe thank god..... ...
... sets. The sky is a marbled pink-orange, the sea is a blue-black, and all the iron lamps which line the coastal walkway are lighting up for the night. We have dinner at an alfresco restaurant at the hotel and muse at the peacocks trying to outsing the band that's playing. They perch up in the trees above our table and we worry slightly about whether the wind will catch their **** which could ultimately land on our table. But they don't. They're well behaved peacocks. Day 34: ...