Travel Blogs from Vinales
... with less coke & more rum as the day wore on. It was defiantly one of those moments when you realize that despite all the differences across countries & cultures, us humans, we all just like to have a good time.
After a few hours the trees were soaking up our sunlight & the shadows made it feel later than it was. The big old cars started first time & along the way back into town we were treated to a magical sunset that really topped off the ...
... we both got scorched from the reflection beating up at us. Slip, slop, slap!!
We spent the last 2 hours of our Caribbean Island adventure in the bar, watching local families down bottles of rum on the beach, tourists roasting in the sun & kids on peddle paddle boats getting rocked out to sea. One of the most beautiful locations Cuba had shown us.
Chatting away about how easy it would be to visit Cuba, go straight to a ...
... well as cigars. We chat until late in the night, and alchol helps Elise forgeting about bugs and sleeping just nice...
A loud mower noise wake me up (I cant beleive it has nothing to see with our discussion, the day before, about the grass needing a cut...). Well, at least it provides us with more time to have an ultimate bath and to play frisbee. Carri is a ultimate player and he teaches us some tricks.
What can I say, I'm not surprised when my two friends ...
Recuerdo las noches estrelladas y cómo podía tumbarme divisando el universo mientras me fumaba mi buen puro que nos habían regalado en el cosechero de puros.
Cosas que hice en Viñales:
* Fumar Puros
*Ir a la cueva del indio
*Alquilarme una moto
*Ir a Cayo Jutías
*Escuchar al Jacky Jackarta
*Hacerme coleguita de los del restaurante
*Montar a caballo
*Bañarme en el lago y disfrutar como un enano
... even sweeter than honey. I gagged from the richness of it, and couldn't even finish my glass. It is a great drink for cyclists, though, full of sugars to keep you going on your journey!
By this time the sun was high and the heat was permeating everything, myself included. For the next 15km I rode on the bus to prevent heatstroke (which I'm quite susceptible to). Not to mention, I wasn't in shape before this trip! I was getting ...