Hostal Dr Lara y Sra Yuda
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... and we worked out they were all waiting outside to be let in as a teller came free to pay their bill so we just walked in and could use the Internet. We bought a card $6cuc for an hour which is like a scratchy. You get a code and password which you discover by scratching off the silver and put it in and away you go. Saw some great cakes. They have fantastically coloured icing -pink, yellow and white. Sometimes round basin shaped ...
... near or far. Watching the competent dancers last night just reinforced they don't need to count. We were just dripping after the lesson and were finally allowed to go home. I fell asleep reading my kindle and drinking some 7 year old rum. Next thing you know we were off and out for dinner.This time to a guitar restaurant. Absolutely delicious. The first crackers and dips we have had. Amazing beetroot purée, guacamole, cream cheese and ...
... We drove to Trinidad via the Jardin Botanico Soledad. It is an enormous arbotarium with mahogany, teak, elephant feet trees and bamboo to name just a few of the 2000 species they have. Once run by Harvard, who were brought in to find the best strain of sugarcane by a sugarcane plantation owner, it now is run by the government. Found out that lemongrass deters mosquitos so have got some to take to Vinales which the Swiss ...
... so sweet. The band were the caberet for the evening, while dee had a Daquiri fest. Easy day.
Dee woke up with a Daquiri head.Taxi to trinidad in the form of an old Plymouth. Walked from the new square to the old via bank,shops and bar ($11 for a beer a coffee and a water. Too expensive).Old Lada taxi return trip and straight in the Pool.Left the pool for another 30 mins internet wind up session. Rain came and upsaet the caberet so early ...
... of us were all quite disappointed. Didn’t the Lonely Planet state “62m waterfall”? Well, the water surely wasn’t falling 62m, but rather sliding down a series of rocks. What made it more disappointing was the water itself: it was brown and looked like floodwater, i.e. not the best type for a swim. After relaxing at the waterslide for 20 minutes, we walked to the nearby swimming hole. Sweating so much on this hot and humid day, Andy and I decided to go for a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility