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Up had breakfast and then headed for the partegas cigar factory. On the way there we were welcomed by a pretty old guy and a lady who were very friendly and a sweet, that said I did not trust them an felt uneasy. Anyway they were on their way home and said they would show us an interesting street, which they did and had a whole stack of awesome art work and artists galleries. It was interesting. We were then in a bar and ended up paying for their drinks. That was ok and was ready to move ...
... currencies, but it's a moot point at this stage. I'm knocking the way us visitors are milked by the state but it is to an extent swings and roundabouts. Becuase we are so important to the economy here, any muggings or something like that targeted at us are dealt wih very severly making this one of the safest countries to travel in. Hell, all crime is harshly punished, making tourists almost double-safe.
I originally booked in for three nights here. My plan is to spend ...
... and watch the world go by. We finally found Plaza Vieja and what a beautiful place it is. The architecture is fabulous and nearly every building surrounding it is painted perfectly. Its Havana's xxxxxxxx. It is simply beautiful in the middle of a crumbling City centre.
But then Peter hails a Rickshaw to take us back to the Hotel. Alarm bells should have started then. But later, at 3.30 a.m. when Peter woke me, he was in horrible pain and ...
... celebrated in 1519. The monument consists of bust of Christopher Columbus and three canvases painted by Jean Baptiste Vermay. It is a Neoclassic building, typical example of colonial architecture.
On El Templete restaurant.
... chicken and pork. It was always very fresh, well cooked and succulent, I had to try it several times just to make sure... After four nights in Havana, we travelled East onto the Zapata Peninsula, stopping to swim in a cenote created by collapsed underground rivers, and in the Caribbean Ocean which was surprisingly choppy. We stopped at the Bay of Pigs museum on route to the Escambray mountains. We slept in chicken huts, amongst poultry, dogs, pigs and millions of mosquitoes. ...