Hotel Cayo Levisa
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... setting of being at the “terroir” you are being convinced that here in the countryside the purest cigars are produced because the factories of name and fame that sell cigars from the same tobacco saturate them with addictive additives; so buy your cigars here in the shack where the leaves are drying. And somewhere in the remote countryside you’ll bump into a bar that serves the most typical local cocktail made with the local cane ...
... s day), so he was not available to meet with us. After Ivan, the docent at the Robaina Farm, explained the planting, growing, drying, and processing of the tobacco, we were invited to look at the home where there are displays and articles about the farm.
From Rough Guides.
As the Carretera Central heads southwest from the ...
... smooches, mutters, or looks of disinterest. Some strange looks at our near-empty bus following diligently behind, especially as we would pass large trucks with passengers crammed to the point of standing in the back. As many as thirty people must have been in some of the big dump-trucks that rattled by. It seems as a Cuban, you take a ride where you can get it.
Our next hotel was in the small settlement of Las Terrazas. On the way,we stopped in San ...
... He told us that we weren’t going far and gave us the option to walk, but we selected air conditioning.
Several minutes of bumpy roads and tracks later we parked in some shade because it was still really warm and sunny and started to walk. Olive-capped Warbler is a much prettier bird than its name suggests and it is a near endemic that is described as common and very local in the field guide. It is only found in pine trees and it was to a ...
... where if you feel like a chocolate, you can walk to the nearest shop and buy one (I don’t think I saw any chocolate in Cuba) you have to go to the shop, look at the meagre selection and choose from what‘s available. A typical shop will have a few rows of tuna, tomato sauce, oil, coffee and tined meat, as well as a few snacks like dry biscuits, not forgetting the isles of rum and other alcohol - no shortage of that!! There is ...