Hotel Los Helechos
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... a 2 story building – which doesn’t make you feel like in a big city. Then we start with the cobble stones…. get side tracked through the "tourist market"… and see there everyone wants to sell us something, first time we got through unharmed, but the 2nd time not.
We arrive at this cute plaza. Nicely ...
... swimming, snorkeling, and we will get ‘free’ beach lawn chairs…. Ok so we didn’t pay for the parking, but we did pay for those… the beach really super nice too and no cloud in the sky.
Snorkeling on walk-in Reef
For snorkeling you walk 2 feet of sand in the water and then you are on top of the reef, so you look with you googles and ...
... colonial settlement where the clocks stopped ticking in the 1850s. Built on sugar fortunes in the 19th century the entire town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.
After breakfast we headed into town to the markets and some souvenir shopping. After a short stroll around the markets and suffering with the searing heat we stumbled upon mass in the main cathedral. With mass half over we decided to stay until the end. ...
Some more beach time ahead of us
Having been to the beach in Playa Ancon, Andy and I were keen on some more beach-time and had arranged three nights in a Cuban all-inclusive resort at the island of Cayo Coco. Well, on most Cuban islands, all accommodation available is all-inclusive, which fortunately isn’t as expensive as we imagined, although not cheap either. Well, for my brother it was his vacation, and I don’t mind going to the beach and snorkeling either ;-).
... ourselves under the big thatched roofed umberella and the rest of the day is history! Back to the Caribbean coast side now, and the water was not as clear at Santa Maria, but still, a very pretty beach!
CANCHANCHARA, the local drink... Honey, Lime, Aguardiente, Ice and water... Interesting...
Clearer water was awaiting us at the JAVIRA WATERFALL where we spent a hot afternoon. After a taxi ride and a 40 ...