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... I just call it delightful! She opens daily at 9am and has a great selection of sweets. My favorite is a little yeasty cinnamon like pastry that melts in your mouth....but don't take my word for it, book a holiday now. Anytime is a perfect time to visit Cuba and while there let Hostal Angelo's voted #1 in Cardenas and only $30 a night be your home base. You can eat like a king for another $20 a day and let the sights and sounds of Cuba be your entertainment.
The water was very blue and warm as we all took a dip on the north side of Cuba with the USA the next spot
90 miles off the coast. We were a bit surprised as there were quite a few empty beer cans on the bottom in the sand along with empty beer bottles. Also on our 2nd swim we were invaded by human waste (****) in balls floating past us
on a few occasions. It freaked us out ...
... before Varadero was developed. The DuPonts only owned the mansion for a year before the revolution began. In their time, however, none of the resorts, none of the roads, none of the avid beachgoers were here. In its time, Xanadu was surrounded by an expansive palm tree forest, white sands, gleaming sun, azure water - and nothing else, for miles. It's really quite incredible to think about.
The waves I mentioned earlier ...
... you always get the answer si, even it’s the wrong direction) and then a little later made sure another person pointed in the same direction, and so we made the scenic way back via country roads.
Finally in Varadero
When the roads get wider and there are no holes in them, and you pay the toll then you know you are in Varadero. And amazingly here the roads are ...
... is $25. There are two currencies in Cuba, local pesos and convertible pesos used by tourists. These are used to pay for almost everything, bar maybe really cheap roadside food. The convertible peso is worth 25 times more than the local peso which is what Cubans are paid in. They are not allowed to go into the bank and exchange local pesos into convertibles and this money is not traded internationally so worthless. So even if a Cuban got through the lengthy ...