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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... faded that all you see is white… no big help when you have no clue where to go. So we asked… six blocks… ok there we turn at the gas station and can’t find it… so Gine asks and got in a conversation with a guy… so during Paul turns the car around, Gine checks out the restaurant…. We learn that the road is one-way so we have to turn and turn and look for the number…. Ok not so ...
... one. It's just the same here. People here will pretend to be your Casa host and tell you any story to get you to go with them. In fact, two women followed us (one on foot, one on bike) as we made our way in the direction of where we thought we would stay.
It would have been better to make a reservation for this place as it is much more popular than I expected. It seems that the entire village is filled up to ...
... e.g., $8000 USD, money probably provided by Cuban exiles in the States to family members still in Cuba). The Florida Straits is a dangerous body of water and the Cuban coastline is treacherous, so only Cubans familiar with this area would navigate it. There was a rumour of a boat that eluded discovery by the Cuban Coast Guard for three days and nights, just hanging out in the mangrove swamps until the Coast Guard had given up and the captain was able to make a run for ...
Wednesday 4 September 2013 I am sitting on our verandah watching the world go by and for a small town it is very busy. Have just seen two oxen with a cart clopping along, followed by a tooting truck, bus, 3 horse and buggies, a huge truck with all the workers piled on the back and a man selling mangoes out of his hand pushed cart, dogs, cats and motorbikes and we aren't on the main street. Often bike riders hitch a ride by holding on to ...
... When the USSR withdrew from Cuba in 1986, and as tractors started to break down, parts were unavailable, the farmers reverted to their traditional methods of ploughing. It was wonderful to watch these animals, so docile, ploughing up the rich red soil. Following the ploughed up fields were a number of birds, including ducks, geese, and chickens, following along munching up the worms that are now closer to the surface, and easy to catch.
We were walking ...