Casa Andres Abella
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A nice breakfast and I was in the tour place for my day trip at half eight. You need a minimum of four people for an English guide so as there are only two of us we are "making do" with a Spanish speaker. Fortunately the other guy on the tour, Chavi is Spanish and spent 7 years in Glasgow anyway so he'll be a decent translator. I am really glad I decided not to cycle to the mountain. The journey, whilst not signposted was also further than I thought and on a lot of ...
... travel buddy Olivia as we got on our "mini bus" with 13 other people and sat uncomfortably for 5 hours waiting to see what Baracoa would bring. The journey was a long one but took us through some nice jungle scenery and passed the turquoise coloured coast. The buss had a diverse group of travelers who like us all missed out on the last tickets for the big bus. With a family from Italy, 2 girls from Czech Republic, 2 Germans, 2 people from the Netherlands, 1 Swedish ...
... had to plan and book accomodation and transport. The group was split across three houses, all in close proximity to the base house which would act as our rendezvous point. Casa Particulars have become a very popular alternative to the drab and dreary state run alternatives, for both foreign and Cuban tourists alike. Each family rents out a certain number of rooms and pays taxes to the government based on this, regardless of whether they are able to rent them or not. Our ...
Today we slept in and had breakfast at 9am. After breakfast, my mom and I relaxed, then walked to a hotel called el Castillo. We got there and paid to use the pool and asked for the wifi code, but they said that they do not have the card for wifi. Bummer. We looked for lounge chairs and only found one, so we put our stuff on it and swam for a bit. When we got out, a ...
... were taken 500m away from the river mouth for a short walk up to the swimming hole. James demonstrated much prowess in skipping stones. Aimara was getting right into it never having tried before. Saw them getting ready for a beach picnic which was roasting a pig over hot embers in an overhang in the cliff. Not sure how they were going to light the fire as they had to ask Mitch for his lighter. Also the river is only visited by tourists as Cubans aren't allowed, but ...