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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... few drops as we walked back into town, but the rain held off long enough for us to get a drink and take a slow walk back to our casa. But now sitting on the porch outside our rooms we see and hear the full force of the thunderstorm - an electrical storm. Clearly the lush vegetation is due to the rain, but we were not prepared for the loud and ominous claps of thunder – almost as if the mogotes were clashing ...
... br> I would spend my evenings playing with the kids around, going to the town "casa de la musica" listening to the daily local band, sharing a drink with locals while my hosts would watch soaps on TV.
There is a Casa de la musica in most of the towns in Cuba, an interesting place where you could see tourists and all the locals that make money from tourism (guides, etc) drinking 1 or 2 CUC beers (a lot for "normal" Cubans). Wealthy locals get ...
... access at home is still illegal. As JÚsus said, “the six-year-old daughter of my German friend is on the internet all the time; I’m an engineer and I can’t use it.” Aside from the problem of how to afford the infrastructure and the limitations of the ongoing US embargo, the Cuban government is evidently afraid of what internet access will unleash. (A Wikipedia article notes that “Cuba has been listed as an "Internet Enemy" ...
... off at 8am with a German couple and after an hour or so 'in the saddle' we stopped at a coffee plantation. I say coffee plantation, what I mean is a hut in field with bits and pieces to explain how the coffee is harvested and processed (all by hand). It was interesting enough but the best thing was the refreshing coconut, prepared at our table. And it only cost fiddy cent.
To be continued....
... to us and agreed to meet the english-speaking guide at our casa at 10 am the next morning.
What a muddy hike
As it is often the case with these verbal-only deals, a guide appeared at 10am on the next day, who did not speak anything but Spanish. Well, there was no point in complaining as we eagerly wanted to do this hike and since my brother speaks some Spanish allowing at least for some good basic conversations.
The hike was alright taking us through ...