Villa Haydee Guzman Chiroles
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... del Silencio (Batteries not included)
Our next stop is the Cave of Silence, which is also known locally as Swallow Cave. There numerous caves across the valley some of which we learn were inhabited by the Taíno – an indigenous Arawak people - for many centuries before the Spanish arrived. Escaped slaves, cimarrones, who mixed with the Taíno often found refuge in such caves.
As we reach the ...
So I went to the bus station and negotiated a ride with locals in a old taxi, quicker and cheaper than the touristy bus. So it's an old cool American taxi that brought me there. Vinales, first cute countryside town in the South West of Cuba, a nice valley surrounded by mountains. This place is touristy but nothing compared to the kind of tourism you get in Havana; no fancy hotels, just bed and breakfast, but lots of them. Basically since Cuba ...
... very slow. You might not be able to download your email.”
We did find internet twice. The first time was the day before my birthday. I was at a tourist office buying a bus ticket for a day trip to the beach at Cayo Jutias. I said to the friendly fellow that we hadn’t been able to find internet in the last week. Was there anywhere . . . He looked around, leaned forward a little and said in a lower voice, “Go to the pink house and ...
... a popular stop and we wanted to find out why.
We set up an all-day mountain bike ride with Boris the Bike Guy, but the night before our adventure, our luck with the weather gave out and it rained heavily turning most of the better trails into mudpits. Rolling around in the mud with DH has always been a highlight activity but not with our English-speaking, Russian-named, Cuban friend watching so we elected to abandon ...
... two other passengers, we drove about three hours on the highway, which would be no more than a regional road in Germany, considering all the salesmen on the road selling anything from sweets to grilled chicken. When we approached Havana my brother asked our driver if he could drop us of at the Capitolio Nacional in the centre of Havana. We were shocked when he said that this would cost three additional CUC. What a rip-off! Where the f**k did he wanted to drop us off instead off ...