Hotel Saint John's
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... in search of tea and landed back at the Libre Hotel coffee style place and had our second black tea since we have been in Cuba. The rain got heavier so we moved into the hotel lounge to wait for the rain to decrease which it eventually did after an hour or so. We made our way back to our accommodation and were give the name and directions to another good food place near the place we were in, Giengo Vieje (old Gringo). ...
... br> I walked back down the Paseo and went to the Melia Cohiba where I decided to have a nice dinner. Every other night I’ve been to one of these Cuban places where all the locals eat. They accept Cuban pesos as well as convertibles, which means that I was able to get a full dinner for less than $2. It wasn’t quite like that at Melia Cohiba, but it was worth it. I had a good ...
... Next we viewed the old slave escape routes in the caves and enjoyed a short stint on a horse and cart.
Feeling hungry now, we decided to head into the town centre to grab some lunch. We decided on this Italian restaurant and shared two pizzas between us. On the way back to the car, we were tempted by ice cream and also picked up a cheap bottle of rum for travels too.
It was now early afternoon and nearly time to head back to Havana. But first the two ...
... palm. Vinales a valley town in the hinterland surrounded by table top mountains was my first stop, small and quaint with rocking chairs on every front porch, the locals sit outside and smoke and talk late into the night. A horse named Rambo with incredibly regular bowels for an hour ride saw my group bond over sketchy moments and rogue ponies. Central americas second largest cave a UNESCO site a beautiful mix of stalagmite and stalactites, and a ...
... failed to work. With time against us, we relied on Ange’s iphone flashlight and Mary’s head torch to guide the way. Following some strong encouragement, our driver, Ricardo, agreed to pull over until we deemed it safe. A few hours later Ricardo ran his car up the back of a Mercedes, which resulted in the girls nearly missing their flight to Mexico!! A crazy end to an awesome 10 days! Bloody love Cuba.
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