Casa Narcisa y Nelson
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... The lady was happy and almost got teary..
We went back to the Casa again, content at making a stranger happy. We had no connection, but somehow it felt good to help someone. When we live in North America, we forget how important these personal connections were. I should have known better, as I come from such culture, but with time, my thoughts have changed too.
We came back to the Casa, packed as we plan to leave early tomorrow back to Havana.
... 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!
... swimming, snorkeling, and we will get ‘free’ beach lawn chairs…. Ok so we didn’t pay for the parking, but we did pay for those… the beach really super nice too and no cloud in the sky.
Snorkeling on walk-in Reef
For snorkeling you walk 2 feet of sand in the water and then you are on top of the reef, so you look with you googles and ...
... everyone else had theirs. Lucky for us Pacman always happy to exercise a little Aussie disrespect for authority had is phone tucked inside his underwear. Don’t be fooled he is amazingly stealthy for a big man!
The final stages of the return Havana were uneventful, I did have to confiscate the remote for the radio in the early stages of the trip and we just let the play list play, it was quite refreshing to hear the middle and the end of a few ...
... A thoroughly enjoyable, though rather sweaty, experience and a great workout. After class I stopped for a spot of lunch, where being the only diner I was seranded beautifully by the three in house musicians. Some pottering and window shopping later, I retreated for a siesta and to rest my now thobbing ankle after the mornings exertion. That evening I met back up with some of the group and joined them for an Italian meal; a little out of keeping with ...