Horizontes Villa Guama
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... to a
long lost relative, they welcome you as a member of their family while becoming
part of your daily life. This is
where the draw was for my Hubby & I.
We have spent many days at the All Inclusive Resort and I do admit we
enjoy every minute of it....but something has to be said for “off the beaten
path”. I do not know a better way to do
that than to immerse yourself in the culture, cuisine & sound of ...
... we arrived and I took both kids to the park. I was struggling with crossing the street on a busy intersection with no stop sign or traffic light, and someone crossed the street simply to help me. I had a lovely conversation with an abuela (grand-mother) at the park, and even if we barely understood each other, she smiled and left me with "Te Quiero" (I love you). I'm constantly surprised at how helpful the Cubans are and how they ...
... the beach
We checked out the beach, but it was either too late in the day… or a little bit too windy today with some clouds, but we felt cold along the beach so we hope for better weather tomorrow.
Supper in a little hidden local restaurant
We discovered a little Cuban restaurant here, one in the courtyard of a house… and Paul had his last shrimp dinner in ...
... nice sunny weather, so we decided to check out the old town starting out with all the souvenir shops which are fun to check out.
On the way there we came by a playground with some cool painted pictures, so Gine thought best to check it out closer and it’s save to leave Paul alone for 5 minutes… which does not worked that well, good thing Gine had the wallet, after ...
Cuba is one of only two true Communist countries left in the world today. In theory absolutely everything in the country is state owned, from the cows in the fields to the cars in the cities. But times they are a changin'. Cuba is introducing private enterprise slowly but surely. The infamous trade embargo seems to be getting more flawed every day. Here are a few "tongue in cheek" photos of a changing society. Will it be for the better, or worse? Only time will tell. ...