Casa Lucilo y Nirma
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Voyage from Viņales to Trinidad
Relaxed and refreshed after a sound night's sleep and not long after dawn we make our way slowly and silently towards the Viazul bus stop where have to board the early morning coach for our seven ...
... Not always like this of course, but it does work like this quite often from what I've heard.
I also watch some world cup games there, a good betting opportunity for locals, I lost a beer on France (who drew). Not bad, the local originally wanted to bet 50 CUC.
Touristy but really beautiful place where I enjoyed the contact with locals, felt more in Cuba than when in Havana. Ready for more, Trinidad was next on the list my friend gave ...
... little devices in their hands . . . except that he really wished he could do just that and see a message from home or the news or weather instead of the admonishing message, “This iPhone has not been backed up in three weeks.” One morning when he woke up he told me he had had an internet frustration dream.
Anyway, this birthday I knew I wouldn’t be connecting unless I could find a public phone (I didn’t) but it was a good one ...
... The rain is actually refreshing change from the heat, but I hope it goes away now as theres more climbing to be done, and iv clocked this super impressive wall I want to get on, check out the photos of the field being plowed with the crag behind it.....AYE CARRUMBA! (Update after I wrote this I spoke with yarobi and theres no climbing on that face, he says the rock is soft and rubbish for the first 20m plus it faces south...sweatbox! Plus having had some large birds ...
... at all. We also came across some tobacco drying houses, but since it wasn't harvesting time until later in the year, there was no point in going in and having a look at an empty storage room. Probably the most memorable, although not quite positive, moment was when my brother stepped or I should better say slipped into a spot of deep muddy water, totally covering and soaking his shoes in dirty water and red mud. He wasn't happy about this at all and only wanted to do one thing ...