Hotel Los Delfines
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... I just call it delightful! She opens daily at 9am and has a great selection of sweets. My favorite is a little yeasty cinnamon like pastry that melts in your mouth....but don't take my word for it, book a holiday now. Anytime is a perfect time to visit Cuba and while there let Hostal Angelo's voted #1 in Cardenas and only $30 a night be your home base. You can eat like a king for another $20 a day and let the sights and sounds of Cuba be your entertainment.
The water was very blue and warm as we all took a dip on the north side of Cuba with the USA the next spot
90 miles off the coast. We were a bit surprised as there were quite a few empty beer cans on the bottom in the sand along with empty beer bottles. Also on our 2nd swim we were invaded by human waste (****) in balls floating past us
on a few occasions. It freaked us out ...
... br> We learned the danzon ourselves, with the help of club members. Luckily, since the dance is slow and the steps easy, I didn't make a fool of myself, although I still wanted to go faster than the rhythm allowed. After that, the club wanted us to teach them our dances. My brain did a Rain Man impression. "Uh oh, uh oh. Not good, uh oh."
The song they played was "Electric Boogie", the electric slide song. I have no idea how ...
... The Cars!
It’s to watch the cars go by: I’m not quite sure which one is the nicest: the Chevy Bell air, the Pontiac, the Cadillac is quite nice too, the old Buick or old Opel … we saw them in all colours and shapes from old (late 50s) to older (early 50s).
Also quite cute are the Old Russian Ladas - I think they are very cute. For sure a car ...
... are just...hard. It is illegal to have internet in your home, unless you rent your room to tourists even at that it is heavily regulated and scrutinised. To use the internet in Varadero, we went to the communications building in town. A small office, with a security guard and huge queue as if it was some covert operation. It was as slow as dial up and very expensive! Tony tried to call home to sort out the bank card and was on hold twice for 4 minute before ...