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... i knew it i was whisked off to a small room with all their contumes, he opened a big wooden door to the outside (no window) and put on music from his phone. Having checked out my level said i moved well but we worked on armography. Then after a shower on ti the big institution here Casa de la Musica wherre big bands play and tourists get to dance with Cubans. I got to know a super girl travelling alone too from Italia. Early night after most eventful day. Buenas ...
... Sea as he was apparently in Cuba when he wrote it.We had a shared Cuban meal at the Casa for dinner that was pretty decent, the lobster and shrimps being the highlight. Headed up to stairs again afterwards for a bit of music before I cut it and headed for home. A night of Salsa didn't sound ideal to me.I've enjoyed Trinidad though. Wish I'd made it to the beach but to be honest I needed the time to ...
... patio terrace and there we had our rocking chairs. Biggest surprise when we open the room we are in the Princess’s wonderland: Everything is in pink and with hearts… after Paul went over his shock that he will be a Princess tonight… we loved it.
Especially after we got coffee with fresh Banana chips – our new favourite snack.
For supper we had ...
... dark blue,
green - anything goes as long as it is not any shade of beige or grey. The women love the bright colors too and I
think there is a growing market for fancy manicures a many sport long,
decorated artificial fingernails. Fancy
manicures and in the same place carts delivering cabbage or wood or bricks,
being driven by an ancient wrinkled man and his equally ancient horse. In its heyday Trinidad was a rich and
powerful, albeit ...
... fine pieces of hand-embroidered cloths at an exceptionally reasonable price. The work is beautiful.
We stopped for a drink at one of the many outdoor bars and listened to the live music. There is a fiesta going on here in town this week, but nobody had told us what was happening, however, everywhere you go, there is a lot of music and where there is music, there is salsa dancing! We stayed and watched some local dancers doing their stuff with the ...