Casa Andres Abella
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... 69%. We had our first Formal evening tonight since New York (and have another one tomorrow night, but strangely Burns Night on Sunday is an Informal night). Tonight's event was the Cunard Ball, but to be honest I haven't worked out what the difference has been between the London Ball, Starlight Ball, Black & White Ball and Cunard Ball. They all seem to be ballroom dancing nights, with an exhibition Latin dance by a couple of professionals during one of the breaks. The five ...
... 200k) and biggest in Cuba. It was very muddy. It looked like the Limpopo. We could have a boat ride for 5CUCs before or after lunch. We chose after and settled into a Pomelo rum punch drunk out of an actual Pomelo, while we waited for them to set up.
It was quite an interesting lunch as the soup was served in a bamboo cane sliced in half.
We got very silly as we drank laughing with Loretta about UK comedy shows (Catherine Tate, Little Britain, ...
Baracoa was an island reached only by boat until the 1960s when a causeway was built, connecting it to the mainland. The region was therefore isolated and combined with a wetter microclimate means, it became known for both unique Cuban cuisine and chocolate making. When we arrived there seemed to be a lot of faffing, but as we were listening to the introductory talk by David, I told myself to relax and just go with the flow. Time lost in a little faffing, was gained in my ...
... 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 ...
... so it is hardly impossible to not meet someone. A funny evening with many wicked stories which I never really figured out. What happens in Cuba, stays in Cuba.
Unseren letzten Abend vor dem Flug nach Havana, haben wir im Casa verbracht. Wir hatten noch eine fast volle Flasche Rum zu entsorgen, da wir sie ja nicht in den Flieger nehmen konnten. So haben wir uns nach dem Abendessen der Flasche Rum, welche sich dann zu 1.5 Flaschen Rum vermehrte, gewidmet. Ein hitziger ...