Hostal Dona Hilda
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... So we turn and turn and ask again… the funny part is, the people here don’t speak English and also don’t the road names, but they do know the Casa’s by name, and the next guy actually runs in front of the car to guide us to the place.
... we only found one nights lodging at first. We spent way too much time in the terrible sun on our second day trying to find somewhere to stay three nights in a row, but found nothing! Finally, our Casa hostess made some adjustments and we have been able to stay the entire time in one place – what a blessing!
Vinales is one of the prime tobacco growing regions in Cuba and they are still in the process of ...
... behind the bar of a snack stand (no customers), lively and happy in the space that was big enough only for them.
The road to Rancho La Guabina is about 4 km off the main road along an untrafficked road, which was a beautiful ride. We scored a large and spotless room with a private bathroom and water that gushes out of the faucet, not to mention two patios, each with two rocking chairs overlooking a gorgeous, quiet, and country-fragrant outlook. ...
... of a cart. We can't do Internet unless we go to a hotel as they are adding a floor to the Etesca shop and all Internet is suspended until the renovation is complete. Our casa has one of the hairiest electric fittings for the shower yet - careful where you put your fingers. Well, we were out and ready at 9 to go to the Santo Tomas limestone cave 30 minutes drive from the town centre. The second largest in the Americas and the largest ...
... a narrow path, when we came across a pair of oxen on their way to the field. We turned back only to be confronted by another pair. Here we were trapped between two pairs of oxen. We climbed along the bank and into a field, only to find two bulls watching us with interest. Back down the bank we slid, then waited for the bullock drivers to steer the animals past us so that we could go on our way. Quite an exciting interlude to our leisurely walk!
We came ...