Hospedaje Yolanda - Yolanda Maria Alvarez
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... Sea as he was apparently in Cuba when he wrote it.We had a shared Cuban meal at the Casa for dinner that was pretty decent, the lobster and shrimps being the highlight. Headed up to stairs again afterwards for a bit of music before I cut it and headed for home. A night of Salsa didn't sound ideal to me.I've enjoyed Trinidad though. Wish I'd made it to the beach but to be honest I needed the time to ...
... to go and tell him to turn it down... And he did...I was
asleep in most of the trip, lost in my own musings.
We reached Trinidad at about 2pm. We got off the bus, and immediately
hot air greeted us.. As if we were in an oven.. There was a long line up
of people waiting to take us home... Casa people, taxi people, restaurant
We met an old man called Luis, who had a one wheel cart to carry my
Wednesday 2 July/ Thurs 3 July. Two day tour to Central Cuba; Santa Clara, Che Guevara memorial, near centre of Cuba, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, and Tops de Colantes- National Park. Great trip, with 12 others of varying nationality - Mexico, Chile, Spain, Germany, Belgium and Canada. 'Tops' is like a THC (Tourist Hotel Corp) at Mt Cook Hermitage or Fiordland, in the 60's. High (800m) in the hills and a very steep access road! Steepest I have seen; ...
These two cities are colonial treasures. Each is approaching their 500th. Anniversary with lots of restoration and renovation going on.
The main square in Sancti Spiritus had been totally ploughed up during one visit. All labour had been suspended due to the discovery of a burial site beneath the plaza. On my ...
... but a welcome respite from meat and rice. After dinner a few of us headed up a cobbled road and along a dimly lit path to a cave; not just any old cave though, but Disco Ayala nighclub. No music can be heard on approach, but as one descends down deeper the heavy base becomes audible. The entrance price includes a cocktail, so with mojitos in hand we grabbed the last table alongside the dancefloor. Our fellow revellers were a mix of locals and tourists alike and ...