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... think water would have been about 20°, but Brook reckons it was more like 16°, anyway it was very pleasant and we swum around for ages. Eventually we got out and sat in the shade of one of the he many permanent palm leaf umbrellas they had in the sand. We spent most of the day between the water and relaxing in the shade, before meeting our taxi driver to go back to town, just in time as the ...
... it's bad news, especially for me who likes to buy things that are shiny and different ha ha! Once we'd had enough we wanted to catch a taxi up to hike in the mountains that led to a waterfall called Javira in the El Cubano national park, where we can swim but then found out that it was to late in the day to go the there. Instead the taxi driver suggested another waterfall that was closer, so we ...
... at the bar Tabernacle La Canchanchara, and are given another one of the drinks (free -included in the tour) Second breakfast I guess. After visiting another Museo, this time of African religion we wander down to a local restaurant for lunch. It's interesting that the African gods have been officially "hidden" behind the catholic saints, with each spirit being matched up with an appropriate saint (eg river god with patron saint of ...
... sounds and textures.
In 2009 the center of town was declared an UNESCO sight- a very
important and significant cultural area that needs to be preserved – sort of
like a National park, but for the entire world.
Money from UNESCO and tourism poured into the area. Then a couple of years ago President Raul
Castro lifted some of the obstacles and made it easier for Cuban’s to start
private businesses and rent out rooms in their homes ...
... to the top of the tower. Cuba does not have any OH&S laws in place, and the staircase we had to climb was a little hairy, but right at the end, we then had to climb a ladder that was even more hairy......
The view from the top was worth every single scary step. We had a 360 degrees view over Trinidad. We spent some time up there marvelling at the view, and even taking a photo of the restaurant we had eaten in just a short while prior. Down we ...