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... beans which is the only thing they got loads of but on the plus side beer is cheaper then water :). Cuba been a real good country but it a very different country compare to other places we been too nearly everything's government run and owned so it hard to shop and find good places to eat too but what a beautiful place. It probable been one of the most safest country I've every been too and cheap rum too Havana club 1 liter 3 dollars... We if to Havana in a few days so talk ...
... else, me included, had pillows over their heads trying to sleep.
Onwards, farewell Trinidad and the central south coast. Today we are back with Francisco and Daniel and driving north to Varadero. It'll be a long tiring day but wow the sights! We head into the Escambray mountains for a visit to a coffee plantation, one of many in the area and enjoy a perfect cup of Espresso with a display by the local parrots who are squawking non stop in the trees surrounding us. I do get ...
... very long time ago. But what I loved about Havana was the classic American cars. Standing there felt like I was stuck in times. Spent some time at the market or I should say Flea Market. Bought coconut to drink while I rest. Hours later hop on the tour bus and made our way back to Varadero. Ate dinner and walked around.
I met others from London, Ontario, we bonded so much that we exchanged emails.
Spent the last 2 days on the beach, getting my final tan. ...
... so. As I am fully aware that this blog has mad scientist across the world gripped, I will say it in advance, you’re welcome. While all kids of the modern world should avoid Cuba; I’ve seen no laptops (other than my own), nobody has a mobile phone and the internet is near on impossible to access; which frankly makes me writing this blog right now pretty pointless, I’m off back to the pool!
I’m now continuing this on the plane back to Canada, I ...
... there doesn’t appear to be a huge proportion of independent travelers. Most seem here on short-term vacation, most are sunburned. Halfway through the tour we’re about ready to get off but the resorts and superbly crafted micro-villages continue. Eventually we disembark into the lush gardens of Parque < > back in downtown and drop into ‘Dante’s’, a fine Italian restaurant, where we sit by the lake and enjoy a superb espresso.