Hotel Los Helechos
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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We left Havana for a place called Trinidad with a taxi driver that looked like Al panico in scarface. On the way we stop a few place once to have sweet Cuban coffee another time at a farm to put red diesel in the car which said was illegal if the police caught him. Then we get ...
... played on! Im praying it looks and sounds as good as my memory of it. So we get back to the car and eventually arrive in darkness at the Iberostar, Trinidad at 6.30pm.
The town is approximately as big as Teignmouth, our home town, but 12,000 people live at totally different ends of the scale. Again the town is made up mainly of tiny shacks, each joined to electricity wires, but you hardly see a lamp. The centre of town ...
... stay away to hit the Cave Club, walk the streets to find it, get so lost, ask everyone, walk up a dark track, seams to be people around, cobble stones, me in clogs, long walk up the hill, 11:30pm many people lining up, it's literally in a Cave, 12am it opens, $3CUC entry, can't here any music, walk down through the entrance, into the nightclub where the Cave opens, incredible sound, Mojitos, people starting to pour in, it's packed, Music is pumping, time to bail, taxi home in ...
... That way everyone is happy. There doesn't seem to be any problem with religion in this so called communist state, although Ely says that if you want a career in government you wouldn't want to be openly religious. Spend the late afternoon at the beach swimming in the warm Caribbean Sea. No beach towels as the hotel has run out of clean ones, "one hour" we are told, but when we return to our room 2 hours later there is still no sign ...
We woke up at 9 am for breakfast and loaded onto the bus I drive to Trinidad, Cuba. The drive was 4 hours, but halfway through we stopped at a bar for the restroom and snacks. When we arrived at Trinidad, we went to the base house to relax. We tried some chachara which is rum, honey, and lime. Almost everyone took a sip, then put it down. No one was starving, so we just went to a small fast food restaurant with pizzas and sandwiches. The food was pretty gross and I only ...