Islazul Hotel Colon
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... us fourteen days, with seven days of driving between these two cities.
The countryside varies between lush green mountains to vast level plains with varied agriculture. We drive on four-lane expressways to narrow winding two-lane country roads. Traffic is sparse.
You’ll see scenery, beaches, villages and rural homes as seen from through the windows of our motor coach.
Enjoy your journey through ...
... their wives a fresh bottle of cold water at each break. No such luck with birthday boy. It would be nice to come back to a cold drink after queuing for a stinky toilet. I am permanently dehydrated in this country. It can't be doing me any good. After 4 hours driving we eventually reach Camaguey and go to a restaurant for lunch. It's pretty dire, salt beef, rice, blackbeans and the standard salad of shredded cabbage, cucumber and tomato. The Latvians ...
... rodeo—and my very first rodeo ever! Our brave vaqueros battled each other in cattle wrestling, calf lasso, and bull riding. Vincente, I’m sorry that none of us were willing to volunteer for bull riding. Will you ever forgive us? Although I don’t think I’ll become a rodeo regular—are there even any rodeos in New England??—I’m so glad I had this opportunity that I wouldn’t otherwise have ...
Camagüey was the place were I ushered out an awesome 2013 and welcomed 2014 in, with the expectation of an even better year ahead! The city was a nice place to celebrate, though not a great place for vegetarians. Our journey to Camagüey was our longest and broken only by lunch, in a non descript state run restaurant, that was full of Cuban tourists blinging in brightly coloured outfits and lashings of jewellery. We would be staying in ...
... a refreshing glass of sugarcane. A 6 hour drive ahead of us passing all sorts of villages, saw a pig on a corner of the street on a table being bled by 3 men and then I guess going to be butchered and probably in situ. Camaguey province is home to beef farming and we had the most fantastic shredded beef hamburger at a roadside restaurant. We arrived about 3.30 at our hotel which has produced a suite for us. We are swimming ...