Hotel Los Helechos
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... leave the size of houses! After dinner we went out for a couple of drinks with Julia & Coco, the two German girls staying at the same casa with us. We had piña coladas served in pineapples and tried the local drink, la canchanchura. It was a great night out and such a different atmosphere at night. The streets were empty, except around the bars, and all the live music playing created such a fun ...
... 4:15. We headed back the casa for another cruisy afternoon under the fans of our room while we waited for tea. Diner was outstanding we had the chicken tonight which was a feast again! Now we sit back and enjoy the evening, having a few drinks with the two other girls staying here and the couple who were staying last night, they decided to extend their stay here in Trinidad so had to move around the ...
... at the kiosk. We have found out that this is typical of a Cuba. Ian has been trying to buy a few small cigars to smoke now (he has bought 3 nice ones in a leather bound container to bring home) but the hotel shop always closes early and so it looks like they will lose our business as we checkout tomorrow at 7:30am for our long drive to Central Cuba. This country has so much potential but often seems to lack the drive, they are very laid ...
and art are everywhere.
This is a town that has survived and
sometimes thrived for 500 years – 1514 – 2014.
The cobblestone streets are ancient, as are most of the buildings. Many are built with bricks the color of the
dirt here, which is red with clay. In
Trinidad the houses are brightly colored and it’s a tradition to repaint them
every year in January as a way of celebrating a new year. Lemon yellow, ...
... fine pieces of hand-embroidered cloths at an exceptionally reasonable price. The work is beautiful.
We stopped for a drink at one of the many outdoor bars and listened to the live music. There is a fiesta going on here in town this week, but nobody had told us what was happening, however, everywhere you go, there is a lot of music and where there is music, there is salsa dancing! We stayed and watched some local dancers doing their stuff with the ...