Carrusel La Granjita
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... have some amazing views with the setting sun…. stop a few times to have a closer look at the mangroves…. And then we are hungry and ready for a super nice supper, and as Paul wishes after his *********** the beach he needs shrimps….
Good bye to the Crab
So before leaving town we had to visit the huge crab at the entrance – which is kind of funky made from grey ...
So Gine as a Che-lover made sure we go to Santa Clara and check out the historic points of the Revolution in Santa Clara – since this is "the city of Che". And since we had the CD we listen several times today to the Commandate – song. And since the trip over the mountains took 3 hours we had lots of time to listen to it.
So who is Che?
... seems a bit of a stretch, and lauding the battlefield strategy of Che Guevara (who was commanding the guerillas in this area) would be a further stretch. The rebels used a bulldozer- which now serves as a memorial- to rip up some tracks and derail a train carrying government troops. After a brief firefight the troops who survived were taken prisoner and the rebels had a new cache of weapons.
... no chance of asking for a window seat (I wasn't given a choice of seat when I bookes the ticket and I didn't realise I was in the aisle seat until after I made the booking). I have decided I hate the aisle seat. The woman in the middle seat was an "encroacher" and I was in constant danger of getting bashed every time the cart went by, or brushed up against by people passing in the aisle.
The pilot on this flight was also female, and she was ...
... which was quite good. It consisted mostly of photos from Ernesto Guevara Lynch's childhood and through his years as a medical student, then later as a guerrilla. It was interesting to find out from one of our tour group that Che Guevara's mother was originally from Galway, Ireland. Although short on information about Che's childhood in Argentina, it was nice to see some early photographs of the person who was to become a hero in Cuba.
We then ...