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... street so we have free parking.
On the drive to Cubacar we discovered a bakery and we tracked our ways back and got some super great looking pastries for tonight….
The we found a mini Mercado… ok, now it’s time to get some more milk for Paul and backup plan cookies… ok we found the cookies but not the milk, we asked ...
... the right turn.
Already yesterday we heard the guy a lot of time yelling ‘hot pizza’ so Gine finally convinced Paul that pizza is a wonderful supper. And so we came right from the beach and ordered our pizza – and then had some yummy tomato-cheese-onion pizza right on the beach… perfect to watch the sun go down. When watching ...
We left Havana for a place called Trinidad with a taxi driver that looked like Al panico in scarface. On the way we stop a few place once to have sweet Cuban coffee another time at a farm to put red diesel in the car which said was illegal if the police caught him. Then we get ...
... cocktails? Sure why not!!
That evening we had dinner in the fish restaurant in the hotel and after a few beverages we decided it was time to try our first Cuban cigar. A few spluttering coughs later the general consensus was that it was good...although I don't see a repeat in Dublin! It was then time to sample some Cuban nightlife so we grabbed a cab and headed into Casa de la Musica, an alfresco Cuban nightclub held in the main ...
... the brown water. Anyhow many other travelers and some locals were swimming in it already, so it must have been safe. The water was actually quite cold and excellent for refreshing from the heat. Down at this swimming hole there was even a small but still very interesting waterfall.
After some more relaxation and cooling down, we hiked back up for about an hourand a half, sweating like there is no tomorrow. Once back at the car park, we were totally exhausted and scratched ...