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... time in drawing while enjoying my breakfast. After i had a little time to kill before my room was ready, reading up on what to see here but did not expect all the treats awaiting me !! :D First i went to Conchanchara, an outside bar and a name of a local rum cocktail, where they had a very good live band, plus a group of tourists passing through. I got chatting to the singer in a break and when i told him about my music endeavours, he asked a top old tumbao player ...
... Sea as he was apparently in Cuba when he wrote it.We had a shared Cuban meal at the Casa for dinner that was pretty decent, the lobster and shrimps being the highlight. Headed up to stairs again afterwards for a bit of music before I cut it and headed for home. A night of Salsa didn't sound ideal to me.I've enjoyed Trinidad though. Wish I'd made it to the beach but to be honest I needed the time to ...
... in, it was kind of cool swimming to the fall, around the little islands there… but it also was cold!!! So after coming out, I needed a long-sleeve shirt.
We also met a German group from Frankfurt here and then continued up to the view point, where we could see the Hannibal Lake.
Then it went down the steep stairs which are not made for short people.
... both abuelos, or grandparents.
Crying grand baby included at no charge.
Dinner was good, our walk was good. Enough
for today. And now it is time for
bed. More later.
February 28, 2104
Dear Cara and Alan,
I know it is difficult for Americano’s to
travel to Cuba, but when you can you must come to Trinidad.
It is nearly impossible to begin to
describe this city. It’s a confusing
... pieces, as well as some Meissen. All these pieces of porcelain were sitting out in the open, which was a bit strange, since they are worth quite a lot of money, and from an historical point, are probably priceless. Unbelievably, the people employed to watch over the collection would answer questions as best they could then would proceed to try to sell lace work or ask for soap and pens. They were not interested in the collection in the slightest. We had ...