Islazul Costa Morena
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... french speaking region of Belgium a lot of 1/3 spanish, 1/3 English and 1/3 French conversations were happening... Not ideal. Whilst biting my tongue I say we"unfortunately" found another big street festival. The crew and I have been cursed with the ability to find a big crazy festivals in even the smallest of towns. Caibarién was meant to be our relaxed small town to recharge the batteries which it was for one night until.... we ...
... US controlled Cuba, for a peppercorn rent, but after the 1959 revolution Castro has not cashed any of the checks. The road into the base is not used now as no Cubans work their anymore, recruitment being banned. The no mans land is referred to as the "cactus curtain" and was mined by the US until the Clinton administration removed them and replaced the security with movement sensors. The Obama administration has agreed to close down the detention centre but this has not happened ...
... an accident, especially if someone gets hurt, he could face a stiff prison term - sometimes as much as ten years.
All in all, it was very pleasant visit. The family provided coffee and snacks, and we spent an hour or so talking casually with them. We were sad to leave - partially because we enjoyed the visit, but partially because this was our last scheduled activity. Tomorrow, we pack up and head back to the US.
... Casa de la Musica!
Day 53 - Thursday 20 February
4 very fragile heads arose in Santiago this morning. Those Mojitos were strong! We just did a bit of admin in the morning; internet and picking up supplies for the trip to Trinidad tomorrow.
Back to our new favourite place - the hotel - for lunch. No Mojitos this time!
After lunch we called into the rental car company that was on the main square. We were taking no chances with a ...
... We were treated to some classical music and ballet from the square below as they were performing dress rehearsals for the new years show. The night was topped off by a Tropicana style show, with lots of feathers and perhaps the kind of show that would have been all the rage in decandent 1950s Cuba. It had been a long and interesting day, followed by a number of cocktails and we slept well that night. Next stop was Camagüey, six hours away by bus and where we'd spend new years ...