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... think water would have been about 20°, but Brook reckons it was more like 16°, anyway it was very pleasant and we swum around for ages. Eventually we got out and sat in the shade of one of the he many permanent palm leaf umbrellas they had in the sand. We spent most of the day between the water and relaxing in the shade, before meeting our taxi driver to go back to town, just in time as the ...
... 4:15. We headed back the casa for another cruisy afternoon under the fans of our room while we waited for tea. Diner was outstanding we had the chicken tonight which was a feast again! Now we sit back and enjoy the evening, having a few drinks with the two other girls staying here and the couple who were staying last night, they decided to extend their stay here in Trinidad so had to move around the ...
... rain which luckily didn't last too long, we sussed out some good places to look at tomorrow. When we got back we relaxed for while before they made us diner it was hands down the best meal we've had here in Cuba. A great seafood dinner, with homemade potato chips, bean soup, fresh veges, yellow rice, crumbed fish, & preserved pear for dessert. Now off to bed, to sleep off all that ...
... sending their children to free day care from age six months on. Day-care centers accept children up to age five or six. Then the school system takes over. Education through ninth grade is mandatory. After that, students attend either a technical
school or a pre-university program for grades ten through twelve. All education -- including university and continuing education -- is free and open to ...
... a crane, entirely by hand, and is the tallest
building in Habana, maybe Cuba. A few years
ago, the elevator failed, but it's good now. The view was wonderful, the drink
Today we said adios to our new amigos at
ArteDel and got on the big bus to Trinidad.
It was great, very comfortable and roomy, but the ride was long. Nearly 7 hours. Once out of Habana, the countryside opened up
and it was beautiful. Carts and ...