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... aged. There's one other lonely guy like me sitting at his table for one at the other side of the stage. The room seats about 60 to 70 people at a guess, but it's almost 8.30 now and only 20 people in the audience.
The fish was delicious - very fresh, soft and flavoursome. It came with a side of rice, a pile of steamed, diced vegetables and a little pool of what tasted like capsicum sauce. Good start. I ordered a bottle of water without thinking - I should have saved all ...
... Catedral de San San Cristobal de la Habana, which was yet another beautiful piece of architecture with vaulted ceilings. This is one of the few churches that will let you in with shorts as long as they aren't too short (Pete's cut-offs were turned away). Popped into the Ambos Mundos Hotel/Bar for a cerveza. This is one of the places Hemingway frequented ('fell over in, often'), and he is said to have written "For Whom the Bell Tolls" ...
... just before we left and read out loud that it was a good idea to train for a couple of months before starting a tour. Then he laughed. Well, he did cycle around Stanley Park once. He’s keen to get started, so I’m hopeful.
The next morning we had breakfast at the casa, and Dan went downstairs to check out the street. He was soon back, waving a business card in victory—he’d found our next accommodation, a modest ...
... United Colours of Benetton as an example. We even saw a Fisher Price sign. This was the area the rich people lived in starting around 500 years ago and has some beautiful architecture. Some more recent -colonial baroque style. Also lots of tourist "traps" - performing dogs, roaming musicians and men trying to sell us newspapers. Our guide was delightful and gave us some great places to eat at. I have revised my opinion of the standard of food. I think you can get ...
... Malecon from this perspective was well worth coming here. After relaxing and soaking in the views for some time, we tried to get to the second fort. Unfortunately we walked a long time in the hot and humid weather, sweating like there is no tomorrow, only to find ourselves in a dead end road. Being too exhausted we scratched the plan of visiting the second fort and returned to the old town instead.
After an alright-tasting local-price pizza, Andy and I went for some drinks on ...
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