Casa Andres Abella
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... happy at all that she had to give a gringo the local currency. Also the bad weather I was trying to avoid was country wide. Apparently there were people in Havana tipping buckets of water out of their houses.
We'd arranged to go out for a few drinks in the evening. Coincidentally his casa across the road. We had a chat from one baclony to the other. A couple I met on the bus outta Playa Larga are also in the casa next door. I had a chat to those on their terrace ...
... money was not possible, with the little money I had left added with Tom's even littler money we managed to pay for all accommodation and bus tickets to get to Santiago but left me with just $1 to my name until Tom could pay me back. Our 2pm bus had us arrive in Santiago 5 hours later ready for some food. With very little money between us finding somewhere to eat was more than difficult, we revisited the restaurants that we knew were cheap from last time but due to what ...
... said he asked them if he should say the monkeys were communists and after that swiftly resigned. He enjoyed teaching, but has now found a job where he is more free and still uses his language skills, but as a tour guide. We had lunch by the sea at a lovely little restaurant, enjoying the sea breeze. That night we all had dinner in our own casas and my roomie, Marie, and I enjoyed an amazing lobster supper, which was even better than my Christmas meal the night before. The ...
... down with our delicious food. I got corin y vegetales. After lunch, we took the jeeps back and half of us walked around the city. We room pictures and hung out with the ladies. We went back home for our wonderful homemade dinner. After dinner, Bonnie, bill, Melissa, Bryan, my mom and I all played left right in center. Bonnie, bill and my mom went to bed, and I stayed up talking in Spanish and playing games with the kids, Bryan and ...
... could be nausea and diarrhoea. Quite odd we were able to purchase them as we had been told you couldn't buy antibiotics over the counter - still we weren't going to argue. Paying was an event in itself. The fish net stocking wearer (this place had 3assistants even though there wasn't a doctor anymore) got a phone call and chatted away to her friend for 5 minutes so of course our assistant couldn't use the phone line for the Visa card so ...