Hostal Dr Lara y Sra Yuda
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... 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 ...
... guava each.
Mac was very excited to find a car from his early driving years, an Austin A 30, bronze painted. He had to take lots of photos to ensure he got the best view for posterity.
The electrical cabling system of the town was interesting , including how the cables entered the buildings - though holes in doors or a hole in the wall, a bit different to UK standard requirements.
Down one street we found the Beetles Yesterday bar, full of memorabilia ...
... spent more time with the family my friend knew. They didn't host me but they insisted to have me for dinner and cooked a lot of food for me, felt love with these people.
During my daytime, when I couldn't deal with the super sweaty hot weather I was meeting some more tourists and locals going to the only bar doing something special for the world cup. FYI, all the Cubans supported Brazil.
Rest took, let's go for some more party in ...
... We sleep in and have a nice breakfast at Ana's. Although not nearly as good as some of the others we've had, but that's probably because we were being little piggies and demolishing everything on the table. I don't think I could ever get sick of the breakfasts here. I wake up mega excited to eat again. Is that sad? We thank Ana and Pepe for all their help. If it weren't for them, I think our trip to Cuba would've been much more difficult in terms of sourcing quality ...
... his only job for the day. The beach was seriously beautiful but it was still no Mexico. We spent a few hours sun baking and jumping in and out of the beautiful Caribbean waters, but soon enough it was time for lunch and we suspected our driver was waiting right where we left him. Once we got back to town we returned to our casa and found Victoria and Amado eager to know if they could cook us dinner that night. At first we said no thinking we would go out, but then ...