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... Most folk if they dont travel by horse, bicycle use a horse and cart. Its a British 19th century picture postcard. Time has stood still for far too long in Cuba.
After a quick but interesting stop to see the main square in Cienfuegos where I decided to take a video, which was an inspired decision as the local band were just tuning up for a teatime performance. So as I walked around filming the beautiful buildings ...
... lady there made sure we saw the original loos and the shower. The latter was amazing and looked more like a torture system than a shower! We went around more street markets and did some people watching. In the courtyard near where we were staying were two men splitting bamboo with a rather sharp machete, it looked very dangerous, but then health and safety here is a different story. We went back to the plaza step terraces for a ...
... it's bad news, especially for me who likes to buy things that are shiny and different ha ha! Once we'd had enough we wanted to catch a taxi up to hike in the mountains that led to a waterfall called Javira in the El Cubano national park, where we can swim but then found out that it was to late in the day to go the there. Instead the taxi driver suggested another waterfall that was closer, so we ...
... I went. Unfortunately, they were doing some work in the house so they couldn't legally host any tourist. A pity because they seemed really nice and they had really good memories from my friend. By chance, the owner's brother has a bed & breakfast too, one of the most luxurious in town, and their booking for the following week just got cancelled. He usually charges 25/30 CUC per night but I'm a friend of a friend, he let it to me for 12 ...
... The dessert was flan and it was quite amazing. After dinner, we all met at the base house and walked to the steps by the main square. As we arrived, we had to pay $1 cuc to get in. We got inside and saw many people dancing to the Cuban music. Quickly I got sick of the atmosphere because there were so many tourists and barely any Cubans other than hustlers trying to get girls drunk and get them to take them to another country! We elect with Annie and got home ...