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... heard of anyone suffering from the slight roll. Most likely what we did experience was more the result of crosswinds than swells.
This section of the blog will deal not just with the two remaining days of our cruise, but general activities and observations over the full shipboard experience. As stated, this was my first floating holiday and it differs greatly from anything else I've done. It most closely resembles an all-inclusive ...
We had packed our bags the night before, except for the last minute things, breakfast at 8am and off to find a taxi to take us to the Viazul bus station. We had booked our tickets two days before. We had our morning coffee there before boarding the bus.We did not see our bags going onto the bus so Anthea went to investigate and organised the bus officials to collect the bags from the left luggage area! We had been warned that the bus trip and getting on it ...
... in the city, dental care by the area’s sole dentist, and even a haircut by the town hairdresser, with whom the space is also shared.
We met the famous Maria and enjoyed coffee at Cafe Maria, Las Terrazas
At our next stop, we visited the town’s only coffee shop, Café Maria. Café Maria is owned by the oldest member of the community, Maria. She and her family have been welcoming visitors ...
Today, we visited Punta Frances, a peninsula on the Isla de Juevenetud (Isle of Youth). The Island itself is very remote; only a small percentage of Cubans from the main island have ever visited it. The peninsula itself is home to a national park. Both it and the surrounding reefs are a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Our landing point today was a secluded bay with a beautiful white sandy beach and sparkling blue water.
Upon landing, we ...
... We had a chocolate kisses Easter hunt all over the boat and enjoyed it so much we did it three times! The rest of the day was lazing round reading and recuperating.
Monday 9 April – Nueva Gerona - Isla De La Juventud - Cuba
More north easters – so more motoring until we arrived Nueva Gerona – the main town and port at north end of island. This is where Fidel Castro was imprisoned after the first rebellion attempt
Unfortunately, rules ...