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We then hit a cave in a small boat where the driver guided us thru caverns, Jaime and I jumped on some horses once out of the cave and went for a quick
rodeo ride. We then met a fellow that wanted to take us to his house for lunch…so we followed his old car into the hills to a ranch where they made us an
amazing lunch for about $6.00 per person this included a couple of Rum and Cokes. So nice. What a great day and very few gringos ...
... us to 1 last stop, the Hotel de National which is full of so much history and so many famous people had stayed including there Frank Sinatra, Nat king Cole, Leonardo Dicaprio and Mohamed Ali to name a few. We thoroughly enjoyed the day and felt like we learnt a lot. Ricardo hardly stopped talking all day teaching us all about Cuban history, politics, economics and how things are changing for Cubans in a positive way. We felt he gave us a very open and honest insight into ...
... other overcome the hardships of sleeping in huts with thatched roofs, of living without electricity and of living without local schools or medical services.
First, stop briefly at the Clinica Las Terrazas† to learn how medical services are handled in rural Cuba. Locals visit this small, multi-purpose center for medical advice, often non-traditional and homeopathic, and referrals to larger ...
... to practice maneuvering an unfamiliarly heavy bike, but the streets got wider, the trees leafier, and Dan reported from behind me, “I like this!” A little later, “I feel good!” I was feeling a bit stressed with the traffic and navigation, but he was in explorer’s mode and loving it.
I had planned for us to stop the first day after about 30 km at around Playa Baracoa, a seaside village, but it was only around noon, and the village ...
... not allowed to touch. I ended up buy some so i would be free from cigar prison. Aaron those are your presents now, you better be ******* grateful.
At this point i hated Cuba, i hated Cubans and i hated cigars. Then i realised i should stop being such and wimp and be more vigilant of these gringo traps.
The rest of the time in Havana was a ball, such a good time, met lots of nice people in the hostel and managed to have a ...