Hotel Moka las Terrazas
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Le 10 février
"Next time, I'm planning travel and lodging ahead" was something that passed through my mind often in the past few days. While I enjoyed being able to visit Las Terrazas, a worthwhile stop we were going to skip, there's something nerve-racking in packing up the suitcase to go to the bus station not knowing if there'll be room for us on board, and not knowing where we'll sleep at our next destination.
But then, we arrived in Vinales. While planning our trip at home, ...
... as proof it turned blue over the next day.
On the other side of the sandy beach, is the Cuban driftwood from Mangroves, which looks really funky all sticking out in the air… but then Gine shouldn’t go alone, since already a guy wanted to show her the best beach with blue, red and green sea stars…..
... year with special government visas (like our People to People visa!). According to a study by the U.S. International Trade Commission, in the first year the embargo is lifted, between 171,000 and 1.1 million Americans will travel to Cuba. Following the first year, there will be an annual increase of 226,000 to 352,000 tourists. Professor Mario asked us to consider the number of Cuban professionals who would become “mojito-makers ...
... 30, Dan was fast asleep. Our first day of cycle touring was done—one of the longest we were to do in Cuba, at 81 km; one of the hottest; and the most difficult in terms of route-finding and polluted air.
But the next morning Dan arose undaunted, and he really did cycle every one of those 1,031 kilometres that took us to Cabo San Antonio—the wildest, farthest reach of western Cuba—and back to La Habana.
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... the Americans back in '61!
We found a sign and were 500 metres up a very, very steep lane before we thought that it might be wise to get a key from reception first. This relieved the taxi driver as his car wasn't going to last much longer up that slope. It was quicker going down and, as is common in those parts, he turned the engine off to save petrol.
Although we had called ahead to say we were going to be ...