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... starting to come and cool things down a bit. Once we got back to town we continued the relaxing theme by spending some time resting at the casa and some time walking around the old town and sitting in the main square enjoying the atmosphere. Dinner at our casa was delicious again, this time we had lobster and as usual we were served way too much. It is probably a good thing we are leaving tomorrow, otherwise ...
... It took us about 3/4 hour to walk to the falls but when we got there it was well worth it, so secluded and away from the crowds there was only a few other people there which was nice. We spent about an hour there, going for a swim in a waterhole at the base of the falls, it was cool but refreshing on another hot day! We then headed back to meet our taxi driver who we had arranged to pick us up ...
... Ely is unable to get them into our beach hotel even if they paid for it themselves as it is fully booked. So they refuse to come out with us on the tour around the town. The town -which looked pretty poverty stricken yesterday when we arrived, looks much prettier in the bright morning sunshine. The streets are cobbled and remind me of the ancient city of Antigua in Guatemala, some of the buildings are very old and have not changed. It's ...
... kids walking home from escuela.
Nice. We passed through Playa Larga and Playa Giron, in the infamous Bay
of Pigs, before we stopped briefly in Cienfuegos. I am not so sure about coming back to
Cienfuegos – although it is steeped with Revolutionary history – the town seems
We arrived on time in Trinidad, about
19:00, and the juniteros were out in storm.
They flooded the crowd as we came onto ...
Another lazy morning for us as the rest of the group went for trek in the bush to see a waterfall. We left the hotel at midday and went into the centre of the town to finish visiting some of the cultural museums, as well as do some shopping for more traditional embroidered pieces of linen.
We started at the Palacio Cantero, which is a palatial home built in the early 19th century by a sugar can baron. Amazingly the contents included some amazing Limoges ...