Casa Colonial 1830
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... by the police and it a friend of his that need a left so he jumps in and we give him a lift he buys some rum too. On the way he chatting away without a seatbelt driving 110 on a 70kmh road answering his phone mentally :). We drop him off and arrive at our guesthouse 20 minutes ...
... tanned, Rancho Relaxo Trinidad Back to our Casa, feels like home, the whole family greets us with open arms, dinner at a restaurant that is set up like a house, our room has a creepy bed next to out table, back to out Casa, last night hanging with Bridie, lights out, early to rise, photos with the family, back on the bus to Havana Top 5 1. Our Casa particular 'El Albertico' and the family that made us feel like apart of theirs 2. The streets 3. The Cars 4. The people 5. The Cave ...
... an excuse for locals to come and party non stop for 3 days. However the good thing is that it is not really touristy, perfect to experience local style party, for locals, with locals. Well, for the occasion, drinks and food are even cheaper than usual (yeah yeah, apparently possible). People get hammered all day long drinking cheap rhum and beer, filling big water bottle from beer tanks that look more like something for agriculture use (cf ...
Ride to waterfall and sugar cane area. Picked up in a horse and carriage by Elvis this morning. Taken to just outside the town and met our horses and handler who spoke some English. His day starts at 4 to milk the cows on his family's farm and as he is the only son all work is done by him. Waterfall had small caves as in limestone area,with a coffee and the ...
... the city has been carefully restored to its former glory. When the original white stucco proved too difficult to maintain, the houses were painted in pastels and when the original wooden panels deteriorated, they were replaced by white filigree railings. The result is a city that looks like it was painted by Matisse-almost too pretty.
After our walking tour and a visit to a local artist, we trekked over to the ...