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... 8211; wow here you feel special.
Secure Car Parking:
so we had a car park behind gates in the Casa, when we came back a van from some French speaking group parked in front of the gate, so nice as we are, we thought we don’t say anything, since they will move it, see there we come back and the van is in our spot. So when the lady came and apologised for it, she said she ...
Grey sky means we have some spare time… so Paul can wash our dirty car, he got a little bucket and a cloth and started cleaning when our landlady came and showed Paul how the Cuban way works with a broom… and helped him cleaning the car.
We discovered those ruins the day before and now we went to check them ...
... br> The next day we relocated to another casa, just across the road from Parque Josone, and the complete opposite in terms of the casa we just endured the night before – bliss. Our host was a lovely elderly lady who didn’t speak a word of English, however, we managed fine with our adequate Spanish, and our breakfast was sublime and accommodation much more comfortable. Not before long we found ourselves again on the beach in our deck chairs, drinking ...
... the patio looking at the bay and had coffee.
We moved on to the place next door, the Palacio de Valle, a most impressive place, another spiral staircase, also a marble one, also most Arabic looking designs. It seems to function as a restaurant and there were plenty of tour people in there having meals and drinks. We just wandered around. Leaving there we went further down to the point and came across a small park area with eating places and tables. More beer and a ...
The first breakfast at the casa particularis here was very good and very large, pancakes with honey, tropical fruit, fruit juice, omelet, cheese and ham and coffee, plus bread we had no space for!
We headed off into the town to buy our bus ticket to Trinidad, exchange some money and find an Internet cafe. It was a nice walk, with a coffee stop along the way as we walked along the palm lined waterfront. The buildings in the town were not quite as grand ...