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... getting them wrong. Then I got the message “hourly limit exceeded,” and the game was up. And my card ran out at the same time. I didn’t read my birthday messages until March 3 when I got to Cancun.
So international internet is not generally available after all. Except for the people lining up at the ETECSA offices (CUC-haves, for sure), Cubans can’t use it unless they have a government job for which they are cleared for ...
... of the plaza is el centro de culture, a night club basically. I order a rum and coke and forget where I am as the girl behind the bar says you mean a cuba libre? Si claro (of course) what a pleb ;-p. This may came as a bit of a shock but after this night I decide im going to takesome dance lessons, I know.... I can almost hear the gasps, and the dont you mean teach dance classes, but oh my god these kids can move.... I mean like strictly come dancing move, but better! ...
... his own brand with honey in the humidifing process and the glue. Obviously we bought some + plus smoking my freebie on the way back i did have a clint moment when i growled 'Buenos Tardes old man' to a guy walking the other way. Might have said old man very quietly. What a fantastic 2 hour out of body experience that was. Some chicken and fish dinner at a local and in bed for 8.30
Up with the lark,the cockeril, and every ...
... the headrest on the seat back poked into the top of your shoulders. It was a bus full of gringos and it felt a lot like an organised tour. The patterns on the seats had re-assuring phrases like: ‘Good road’, ‘Best vehicle’ and ‘Good seat’. I’d beg to differ on the last one.
We set out through the broad boulevards of Havana and were soon on the freeway out of town. A remarkably ‘good road’ with little traffic and the ...
... good morning)’ to the locals as we passed by. Discovering the town literally is 2 main streets with a few small dirt roads leading off to farms & private properties, we’re pleased with our whole weeks slow & peaceful destination.
The surrounding scene is lush & green with massive hills being the backdrop for the few streets with bull drawn carts carrying harvested crops of fruits & vegetables. The main street is lined ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRancho San Vicente Vinales
Not all were lazy of course, but the man who told us that he was out of internet cards and sent us into town to use the local telephone office (though he almost certainly knew it was closed) disappointed us. Also no discount offered even though the swimming pool had no water in it, despite the fact that they make a big thing of the pool in all their literature. The grounds were a delight, though, with chickens pecking around and huge trees between the different chalets.
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