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Another early morning and walking in the dark for about 30 minutes, then slowly the sun decided to rise. The sky was breathtaking with lots of pinks in the clouds. The seas are very calm and temps are in the 80's, low humidity.
We did hear one lecturer today on Social Media. The lectures are about 45 minutes in length. The speaker went over all the different social medias that are out there. Not sure we will attend the ...
After a day of organising everything from buses, to accommodation to food we were finally ready set off to our last but certainly not least destination of "Baracoa" after many long term Cuban travellers told us it is a must visit city. The lonely planet describes Baracoa as the whackiest of all cities in cuba... After the things I had seen in the rest of Cuba I was unsure as to how things could get any crazier. At 7:15 am on Saturday morning we said goodbye to our ...
A quick one here, just more to show you some photos. Baracoa is famous because is the oldest city in Cuba but well, that's all really. Nothing too special in terms of architecture to be honest so I won't talk much about it. Some "fresher" air and quieter time with 2 Swedish sisters, a big day
in a national park and that was it ...
Slept badly last night worrying about our flight connection in Havana today. We have 4.5 hrs turn around but last night Ely told us that the last time she did this tour the Aero Caribbean plane was 7 hrs late, no wonder they recommend not leaving Havana on the same day. Ian wore his lucky green shirt and after having a quick breakfast we left the spectacular Hotel El Castillo and did the quick trip around the bay to Baracoa airport. We could see the runway ...
Another lie in today. We were dreading breakfast, expecting the worst, but in fact it was fine and the coffee much better than the Melia Hotel in Santiago. As everyone else had fridge in their room we had put our bottle of water in Loretta's fridge. We got this now as we would need it. We also scouted the hotel shop and found a Che singlet for Ian that had a different picture to the usual iconic one.
The sun was out in full strength, it was going to be ...
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