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... just make the most of having a private tour guide and vehicle. Imagine our surprise when we realised there were 8 other people on our tour and all girls! Not sure if Harry wanted to laugh or cry..... but like all our tours so far we were blessed to have an awesome bunch of people, they would quickly become our great mates. Plus we were just happy to have new people to talk to and share our travelling stories with! Our tour guide, Tony was a local Cuban with over ...
... sure it is in stock. No way, the shop is part of the museum, as is the cafeteria, so if you want to enter it, you should pay. They didn’t make these rules for foreigners not to go by them. In most countries these parts of a museum are in the publicly accessible areas, but this is Cuba, sir. So the search goes on. But not even the large English bookshop on Obispo can help me out.
Our idling brings us to a dead end near the cathedral, ...
... from Columbia to the San Blas 1 nightclub in a cave 1000's of compliments in Cuba 1 sad but happy goodbye Many new friends gained, endless good times had, laughter and giggles from the days events will always ring happily in my ears. Thank-you for all the memories, from the North, to the South through to Central America, the adventure and all the stories is something I'll never forget. Onto my next adventure through Central ...
... on the fly; below is a short rundown of our travels across the two countries. True to past recaps, more detailed entries and pictures to follow at some non-specific point in the future.
Monday, July 14th-Wednesday, July 16th - Havana (Cuba):
After a mega journey that took us most of the day, we arrived in Havana late Monday afternoon. We spent three nights in the capital city, exploring the seaside, the gorgeous architecture, and a ...
... our trip to the Bundy distillery the other year, Ian was not happy about not having enough time to visit the House of Beer in Plaza Vieja. In the Plaza San Francisco we meet El Cabalero de Paris whose beard is supposed to be lucky to touch. The bronze statue is of a man from Paris who only died in 1985 after going mad in a Cuban jail and then wandering the streets when he was let out. Because he refused to beg, he ...