Villa Haydee Guzman Chiroles
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... bet money on anything, flipping the coin for up to 50/100 CUC! Crazy! Hard to still see any kind of communism after that...
Same with girls, it is always about money, and rich guys get to choose, and not only one. My 24 years old horse guide had 5 horses and 4 girlfriends, "good when you are bored of one" he said. It is easier to make money when you are a guy so women kind of have to find the husband/boyfriend/owner that would feed them. ...
... Rio, the biggest town in Pinar del Rio province, a bicycle taxi man in lycra cycling shorts and a lycra cycling shirt emblazoned with the word “Alaska” guided us to the tourist office where we made some inquiries. As we pedalled out of town to find Rancho La Guabina, where we hoped to stay the night, bici-taxi man wished us a good trip and shouted, “I love you!” as we pedalled up the hill.
On the way out of town, I spied a ...
Instead of the hotel swimming pool omar offered to guide me through the countryside and see the tabacoo fields ofr the afternoon, I really enjoyed, I understood most of what he said, which as better, one on one I seem to understand and speak spanish better, guess that makes sense. They grow loads of produce here, not just the tabacoo, sugar caine, beans, potatoe like veg but sweeter I think they call malanga its really good elina has cooked for me most nights, mango, ...
... pine forest at first along very muddy trails. Along the way we saw lots of tourists come by sitting on horses, being dragged in a line by a local guide. It looked funny but not like that much fun at all, since they had about the speed of donkeys.
Unfortunately there wasn't that many interesting things to see along the four hour hike. The best thing was a hill offering a nice view of the surrounding limestone karst mountains. We also visited a grotto that ...
... like our casa mum that woke us up 2 hours too early and changed her mind 2 minutes later, hehhee).
Anyway we took another taxi and I came to my first oldtimer ride in Cuba – in a 43 year old dodge. In Havanna we switched into the Bus to Vinales. There we got to know another two girls, also German and a cool busdriver Luis, who lived 11 years in my hometown Dresden =) ...