Casa Colonial 1830
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... water. We climbed out and drip dryer as no one had a towel then we continued to hike up to a great view point over the valley and a large lake in the distance. We then headed down another route along the river which was beautiful. Highly recommended spot to visit for the day.
We the got back to our car and headed to the lake which was about 30 minute drive thru the mountains. We grabbed a small boat (very very slow) ...
... as a kid when we lived in the Bahamas. It is a great beach but full of beach whales from Europe and Canada and South America lying around the pool or beach sleeping and gorging themselves with free booze and food. Not a pretty sight. At least it confirms that we do not ever want to be a part of big cruise ship or beach resort anywhere. The next day, back to real Cuba. We head back to Camagüey to fly back to Havana. The journey to Camagüey was an eventful one. First, ...
... 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 ...
... he invites me and we climb part way up the mast, he shows me some old photos offers me a drink, I take some photos, admire the view, give him some dosh and a thank you, imprompty guided tour...nice.
That evening I decided I wanted to try a restraunt as so far iv atei the casa, and wanted a reference point. So the plan was to go for a dance lesson, I thought at the 7pm class there'll be loads of people, ill justbe able to rock up....nah. Its closong for a few hours ...
... about planning, estes, esos, possessives (tuya, suya, mia, which was new to me). At 9:30 Grisele's husband brought tea which was welcome. By ten my brain was dead and I just wanted to sleep.
Got back after getting lost because I missed Jose Marti due to the fog I was in and crashed until 2:00. Showered and practiced my guitar until my fingers were sore.
Watched some guys plastering the top of the wall in the kitchen area. Carlos says that the plaster is made with ...