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... UNESCO Heritage site: a preserved colonial Spanish settlement, where the clock stopped clicking in 1850
... cool – at least know we saw where we were.
Driving through the Topes de Collantes
It was a lot of up and down over the mountains, and once in a while also some gravel road, the best part was the road repair part, where they had some real big holes in the road and then from then we came to the repaired part, which felt like it needed some repair.
... large lake approached by a speed boat through mangrove swamps. An interesting hour, the village was disappointing but the boat trip beautiful on the outward drive and exhilarating on the return as our pilot opened the trottle and flew over the water, through the swamps watching large herons pass over us.
Continuing our journey towards a very late lunch we pass Playas Largo and Giron which are part of the Bay of ...
... a quick tour around the town and are particularly impressed by the 1889 Tomas Terry theatre in the square. Tomas was a pirate who when he retired he funded the building of the Theatre which is still putting on plays and concerts, Caruso and even Elvis has played there. It seats 900 people in 3 tiers a bit like the globe theatre but still has all the original seats and decor. On we go to Trinidad. The Ukrainians are not happy as they have been booked into a ...
... to keep our braziers on. My mom asked the lady and she gave us another sheet. Now we were set, until I asked for the female masseuse instead of the Man. The lady said he had back problems and could only do massages on the high table, so my mom and I wrapped our sheets around us and switched tables. Finally we were settled and we enjoyed the massages. The massage was very interesting in that the masseuse made very loud and quick sounds on my back, and every ...