Iberostar Grand Hotel Trinidad
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We had another delicious breakfast at our casa this morning. We then walked into town to find a taxi to take us out to the beach. It was about a 15min drive out there, & when we got there, wow what a beautiful spot! It looked just like a postcard picture! Barely a cloud in the sky, white sand & crystal clear water. It was getting hot already so first thing we did was get our togs on and jump in the ...
We were served a beautiful breakfast full of fruit, scrambled eggs and fresh coffee such a good way to start the day! We then went out exploring the town once again, we walked around the streets looking in various art shops and markets there are a few things that took my eye but you have to justify buying things at this point of the trip because it all looks nice but then you get home and have no use ...
... getting replacement papers delays us another 30mins, so altogether we are 2hours late setting off and have to drop the visit to a flora and fauna centre on the Zapata peninsular. I guess we'll never know the true story of the buzzards. It's a long drive to Cienfuegos and we are late arriving at our lunch destination (a sort of outdoor lido place with a buffet). There is not much food and what there is is cold and yet again the coffee tastes like creosote. ...
... dark blue,
green - anything goes as long as it is not any shade of beige or grey. The women love the bright colors too and I
think there is a growing market for fancy manicures a many sport long,
decorated artificial fingernails. Fancy
manicures and in the same place carts delivering cabbage or wood or bricks,
being driven by an ancient wrinkled man and his equally ancient horse. In its heyday Trinidad was a rich and
powerful, albeit ...
... that sound OK?). Cuba is a very exciting and dynamic country. As soon as music starts, everyone starts dancing. The music seems to be part of their soul. This is very interesting for us to watch.
We eventually made or way down the trees and found a taxi to take us back to our hotel out in the whoop-whoop.
We had heard about a dance venue that was held nightly in a natural cave. We had decided to go out at 11pm and check it out. We called a taxi ...