Casa Lucilo Y Nirma
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... read and a lot attend college and university, even if they later do not work in their profession. And some speak fluent English, French and German…
The Treehouse place – Balcon de Valle
Now this is one amazing place… a restaurant sitting above the valley – you walk out on a wooden platform to sit like in a tree house and look over the valley. We would never found this place so out ...
Day 25: We take the three and a half hour bus from Havana to Vinales and it's a nice drive. There are almost no cars on the road (other than a handful of rentals), only horse and carts. Or ox and carts. Or bicyclists. We squeeze through small streets in little villages in the Pinar del Rio region and some of the locals wave at our bus from their doorstep. Our bus driver makes a couple of unannouced stops, to buy his vegetables for dinner and so forth. ...
... Another rumour told of a large group of people who checked into the motel near the cove without luggage, evidently awaiting a night-time pickup—it seems the police made a big raid and arrested them all before they could embark. JÚsus repeated that these efforts were crazy. If he had $8000 CUC, he could live very comfortably here in Cuba.
Like other people who hosted us, JÚsus has a professional job—he’s an engineer who works on ...
Tuesday 3 September 2013 The 9am tour today is of the nearby tabacco farm. Great guide with lots of info about actual Cuban life. He thought they had been having an economic crisis since 1959. We visited one of the local tabacco farmer's farm. 3 generations again living together. As it is winter they are just starting to grow the tabacco seedlings from seed you buy from the government ready for planting out in December.Interesting to watch ...
... as a few minutes later we saw a mother and daughter hanging out clothes.... Cuban style!
We wandered around the little town, buying some tomatoes and bananas from the fruit sellers on the corner of the street. There was a group of food sellers along the side of the town square, and we watched as they produced deep fried plantain banana chips and other treats. Still wandering long the road we treated ourselves to an ice cream, which was sold for the princely ...