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We wake up in our homestay and got settled on the rooftop terrace for an amazing spread for brekky . Individual omelettes, fried eggs, several varieties of fruit, thick slices of bread, avocado, freshly squeezed juice, coffee and tea.... so begins the Cuban way of feeding their guests. We later find out from Tony that due to the rationing in the past, it is now part of Cuban culture to serve extremely ridiculous quantities of ...
... Clara we checked again and after Mercado Nr 3 we gave up… on the way here we stopped at two more Mercado’s and no milk, Paul already agreed for juice but then the Mercado we stopped only had pear juice….
And then when searching our way around the town, we spot a plaza with a little bar like tent and see there they have milk: they don`t have water or pop, but they ...
... talk quick and we tell them where we have supper and see there, we meet them there again, so when we came back to the casa, we had to talk about our travels – it’s always great to meet some fellow travellers.
Eggs for Breakfast
So what do get tourists in Cuba for breakfast: eggs, so every morning we have our 2 eggs with may ham or cheese – so let’s ...
Our main hopes for Santa Clara were to catch a baseball game and to check out the Che Guavara monument and museum. Ticked them both off, but not much else as my ear infection gave me hell. The Che museum was a shrine to the man who is a legend not only in Cuba, but all through Latin America. There is no commercial advertising in Cuba and with pro government propaganda the only promotional material to be seen, Che's face covers ...
... season so we got to watch the harvesting in progress en route to and from Santa Clara. They do not burn the fields here in Cuba because there are no poisonous snakes that would need to be "encouraged" to leave before the harvest. We saw fields of black beans (I knew they had to come from somewhere) and corn.
This entire day was so packed full of wonders that I felt I would explode with delight. Just when we thought that our ...