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... then relays the story to all the other climbers in the car, they all laugh out loud....that was a very cool momment for me.
We climb on a mogote, quite different to vinales, more like dinas rock (a local crag for swansea climbers) just not as horrible. Very cool day, everyone very welcoming and makes me feel like ive known everyone for years. Mikael is clearly the defacto club chairman, looking out for the young lads, top bloke. We climb together all day, ...
... time of our bus, so this was not really a problem.
Unfortunately as it turned out, the bus to Santa Clara was delayed by one and a half hours. Nobody in the bus station in Sancti Spiritus knew when the bus would actually arrive and if it would still have empty seats for us to get on board. Fortunately our tough luck came to an end when the bus finally arrived in Sancti Spiritus and when we were able to get tickets and board the vehicle :-).
... already was that here I was, a total stranger, being invited into people’s homes as if I were an old friend – come on in, have a seat, have a drink, let’s chat. The reception was so warm and genuine, not even three hours in Havana and I was already completely won over. And never mind the fact that while I was being schlepped around town, beautiful men of all ages blew me kisses and flirted shamelessly (but without it being overkill, like in some latin countries ...
... museum. Believe it or not, this building, including the bullet holes around the front facade, is also a school. We poked our heads into the classroom on our way into the museum.
After the visit was complete, we sat on the stairs and watched the school children improve their ball handling skills, and boy and girl alike had wonderful soccer skills. We kept going and finally arrived at our destination for today - Parque ...
... suburbs were created, it was forbidden to cut down trees and build on the land. Although this rule was broken, the name was never changed. W travelled through the streets and saw the areas where the millionaires lived before the revolution, and where government officials now live. A quick trip through the area where the embassies are situated, past the famous Tropicana Hotel, then it was off to lunch. This was Cuba's answer to ...