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... me a short lesson there and then on congas. It was incredible and i had to pinch myself I was playing with an excellent maestro in Cuba on his instruments. As if this wasnt enough then the singer asked me to get my written music and lets go the the Casa de Cultura where they have a grand piano. Indeed they did, it was suitably out of tune but in keeping wih the style completely. I player Lagrimas Negras and Luis sang, making Cubania. It was one of those ...
Was meant to head down to the beach but even though I was awake I pulled out. Probably as good a place as any to laze around but I decided I preferred to sleep in the aircon rather than the hot sand. Was just feeling lazy really. From the others said it was lovely.Had a couple of beers on the stairs in the evening. Reading The Sun Also Rises at the moment which is a nice fit though wish I had The Old Man ...
... in the mountains:
Back to the little village and we turn left, because according to the map, that’s the fastest way to Trinidad, when we discovered a mind-blowing view down from the town center. The Turn-off didn’t work out, since it is a no Drive through…. So we went back the way we came and enjoyed the wonder full views this way.
... sounds and textures.
In 2009 the center of town was declared an UNESCO sight- a very
important and significant cultural area that needs to be preserved – sort of
like a National park, but for the entire world.
Money from UNESCO and tourism poured into the area. Then a couple of years ago President Raul
Castro lifted some of the obstacles and made it easier for Cuban’s to start
private businesses and rent out rooms in their homes ...
... at the tower, and even went to the first level before realising that we would have to climb a very steep spiral staircase in order to reach the top.
Suffice to say, we continued on our way and kept walking through the town. When we stopped and had lunch, we ended up on the roof of the restaurant, where we had a fine view of the town, but in particular, the tower that we had not climbed. After a lovely lunch, we returned to the museum, and this time, ...