Villa Haydee Guzman Chiroles
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... circle he meant a real circle or the turnaround… already a little anxious we finally came to the first circle… we also got the turn on the second circle, saw the Praco hotel and the bridge but not the Spanish flag… so when the road went a little small, we turned around and asked the telecommunication guys… and we kind of were in the right direction, so we checked what looked like an embassy: **** ...
... We had some great views leaving the Viņales valley in the early morning light. Dan got the first flat and I patched the tube without any trouble (Dan says it’s great to have a mechanic in the house—that’s me). Birthday lunch was a pizza fresh out of a barbeque drum at a roadside “pizzeria” just before Pinar del Rio. It cost 5 pesos (Cuban national money), about 20 cents, and Dan resolved to eat peso pizza every day.
... old second-hand bikes with the thought that we could give them away when we’re done with them, but as we are planning to continue the trip, we will need them ourselves. I hadn’t anticipated how coveted they would be. Aside from offers from adults to buy the bikes or requests for tires, I noticed a few times boys looking with admiration and longing at them and commenting, “Buenas bicicletas” (“Good bikes!”) One fellow laughed as he said that ...
... because they can't produce or import it. Why spend the money they don't have when it's not necessary in the first place? We visited Finca Montesino, a tobacco farm titled after the owner's last name. The farm is 32 acres and it's main crop is tobacco, which the government buys to make Cuban cigars; but also, Montesino grows subsistence crops for him and his family, coffee and other fruits for sale. The government buys his tobacco and should he ...
... clean, but it just wasn't the same as staying at the Casa's that had that personal touch.
The next morning we all piled in a nice comfy bus to travel to a small town a few hours West of Havana. Vinales is said to have a service area of about 25,000 people, but the small town appeared and felt more like 2,500. It consisted of one main dusty street with a church, pharmacy, dancehall and handful of restaurants. The main industry is tobacco farming, as the red soil is rich ...