Hotel Rancho Luna
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... but very refreshing nevertheless. Had fun making sand castles with Eduardo's daughter (6) and getting her to jump waves. Amazing watching the sun go down sipping Chachancharas listening to the music, dancing by the bonfire (well not us but some of them - which wasn't necessarily a good thing as Mitch burnt his foot on a hot ember from the previous fire) and then a great lightening show over Trinidad. Another busy interesting day bites the ...
... something which all the places have. They must be very musical or think that tourists like it. We went to the Casa de la Musica and had great African music this time. Ahmara's boyfriend was with us he had caught a bus for 8 hours from Vinales to see her! He is very sweet and takes French people on tours. They went and danced. Surprisingly we weren't expected to take part! We had to wait until 11.15 to take a 15 minute walk to the disco ...
... have all promised to try harder. The terrace is in what was a palace built in the Venetian way but styled in an Indian fashion. Fantastically intricate. The bloke who built it over 4 years promptly died 2 years later and his widow and children immediately returned to Spain. It was then sold for $5 million in about 1920. It operates now as a restaurant on the ground floor and government offices in the middle and a terrace bar ...
... is very nice. Daniela and Miguel are charming. She couldn't say my name easily and so I have renamed myself Daniella too for ease of conversation. Not a lot of that as we have very few common words. Looking forward to breakfast this morning. All the comments in the visitors book say she is a great cook. James has just emerged from the shower saying it was lovely and cold until he happened on the volume control heater which turned the ...
Up at 2,4 and 6. Brekkie at 7 for a 7.30 pickup at the hotel.
8.10 Lassaro turns up, looks like the guy from ready steady cook. Wait till 8.40 on the bus for the hotel guests over the road. 2 more pick ups and were on the road to Trinidad by 9. Not big on Logistics or someone got there times wrong. No matter we hunker down for the 5 hour journey across the island, stopping only at the mouth of the bay of pigs. Crocodile infested swampland - not the best place ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Didn't stay in the resort.
Dive centre $35 CUC for a dive, $60 for 2 dives but only goes in the mornings because afternoon visibility is terrible.
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