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... plant. More mellow cigars are the Montecristo and Romeo and Juliet. I smoked a lighter cigar with only 30% dark leaf and found it was far easier to smoke, albeit still with me a couple of days later.
I watched a couple of World Cup games in Vinales buts was travelling with Australia played Spain which was probably a good thing. I spent a final night back in Havana before heading back to Cancun then down to Playa del Carmen and ...
... Without Borders.” China and Vietnam are also on the list, but when I lived in both those countries, even in the early days of the internet, I never had this much trouble connecting.)
For me having no internet was somewhat freeing, once I became reconciled to it and was able to get the message out by phone that we would not be able to connect. I read and wrote more. Dan commented a number of times how nice it was not to see people everywhere ...
... his pride and joy. The rout itself was dirty and like climbing through a jungle, not the best climbing but did get to see the rather large eagles up close, well as close as id like to get. We get down just after 1 and our taxi back to town is a horse and cart.... one more mode of transport for the list.
The rest of the afternoon I try to sleep off the cold it doesnt work but head to the plaza anyway. I meet some of his friends one or two speak a little to ...
Back to Vinales and ready to go back to Havana
We then took the ferry back to the main island. Most of us were a bit worried, when the ferry's engine stalled in the middle of the passage and the local boatmen tried to get it running again multiple times. Fortunately they succeeded after a while and we made it back to the pier. Once back in Vinales, we had another delicious and huge dinner at our casa and packed our staff, ready to go back to Havana the next morning.
... island, stay in a resort & never know just how dark the underlying truth really is. It’s a gorgeous country on the surface with such a sad truth hidden underneath.
I feel for the Cubans & their strict regulations from the government but felt satisfied with our choice to visit one of the islands where local Cubans are ‘allowed’ to visit. We are no different to them & I hated being segregated.