Casa Particular de Bertha
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... t have take-out coffee which would be perfect with all those nice marble sitting benches under palm trees… we went in the restaurant. And Paul checked out the toilet – according to Paul it’s a “shithole”: the toilet is full of ****, since there is no water for flushing, and you would have to hold the door in case you want privacy – so I think I ...
... interesting, but it all went well after sorting out our luggage. The four and a half hour bus ride was broken up by a stop at a posh coach service area, reasonable loos, and we had a free lunch as we seemed to have joined in with three coach tours having a lunch stop. We did buy our own beers though. Mac was hoping for a free glass of wine but we didn't get that.
We both had a nap on the bus. Arriving at the bus station at Cienfuegos we thought we were ...
... not a bad way to start the day. The rest of the day involved having a nice lunch, a couple more mojitos and chilling out in this really pleasant bayside city - like a Cuban Melbourne!
What we learnt
Cuba is a very diverse place.
We don't know a thing about architecture.
If you want to go salsa dancing, have a nap first and go out late!
... are each given a sunflower. After we had assembled, the mother sang a song and the artist proceed to paint flowers on the girl. When we were finished walking around, examining his work and the output of his project, Trazos Libres, literally freehand sketching but in this case, the name of his studio and a community art project, Santiago placed a single clean canvas on an easel and asked us to paint. Linda painted a red heart, Suzie added ...
... we set off, in bici taxis, for what would be our final sunset cocktail; this time with a view across the water, from the terrace of the elaborate Palacio de Valle. After dark, we headed back towards home and after some searching, eventually split in two for later than planned dinner in local restaurants. The following morning we were ready to leave but our bus looked a little out of sorts; Ivan, our driver, managed to fix it using a pen knife and a machete ...
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