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... to go, but Sharon has a bad back, so we declined. But definitely, we told the guys that we will think about it..It felt not right to dampen their spirits.
Our first visit was the temple. It was eerie, but very quiet. The Priest was there, he spoke no English at all. We just looked around the temple. There was a black doll, in a white dress at the entrance. Then there was an alter in the room inside. Photography was allowed, so we took pictures and got out. ...
... back home. She was traveling alone, which gave me inspiration for my later life.
Anyways the bus trip to trinidad was very long. There were two German
guys, who got on the bus in the middle of nowhere, and behaving as
if they're in their 20s. There were drinking on the bus and at one point
one of them had to get off to pee. They were very obnoxious.The driver put the AC on too high and everybody was freezing in the bus!
... how steep and how long, I wonder how high we actually are. And then at the top the tiny town with a turn and surprise we go downhill…. You wonder where you land in the middle of nowhere until you reach:
El Nicho waterfall:
the large parking lot empty, so we pay our expensive National Park entrance fee and for the parking 1 CUC… and then we start ...
... sores, runny eyes, matted hair, and other physical problems. But Cuba's children are bright-eyed, cheerful, open, and eager to talk with us. Their health is a testament to Cuba's provision of adequate health care and nutrition for all children, an accomplishment we in the U.S. have not matched. All women in Cuba have the right to take one year of maternity leave, and working mothers have the ...
... city – not as many tourists, fewer restaurants and bars, not much action and
the locals do a lot of sitting. On
porches, on steps, on the curb. Old men
and women with pinched faces and a faraway look in their eyes. One can imagine that they may be longing for
a time when things were simple, when all things and all people were equal. Today things are changing in Cuba; there is
clearly a middle class developing. Some
people have more ...