Islazul Hotel La Ronda
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
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... making mats and bags. Further up behind it is the mast of Cuba radio up a rather steep hill. On the way was the cave of the Ayala disco. Getting there at it's opening time of 10.30 pm could prove interesting as the 'road' was a cobbled track and there are no lights! At the top we were informed about the local area by the helpful mast caretaker. In the valley there had been huge sugar plantations, now general farmland. We met a Flemish ...
... the nearby bell tower, Mac went up to the actual bell, Anthea's legs gave up at the lower roof terrace. The sunset from there was amazing with views over the town and across the countryside to the sea. Down below was the rest of the museum about bandidoes. We had an evening beer on a rooftop terrace nearby, listening to a band. Further down the road we had a small fish meal and returned to our accommodation to ...
... from? The bus driver stopped at one roadside house, disappeared and returned with a bag and water, was that his lunch? We drove next to the sea when we got nearer to Trinidad. There were some lovely little streams and wooded areas.
Arriving in Trinidad we went up cobbled streets, at one stage going very slowly behind a horse drawn cart, no one seems to be too bothered about being held up here. The arrival at the bus station was much calmer than the arrival ...
... at the kiosk. We have found out that this is typical of a Cuba. Ian has been trying to buy a few small cigars to smoke now (he has bought 3 nice ones in a leather bound container to bring home) but the hotel shop always closes early and so it looks like they will lose our business as we checkout tomorrow at 7:30am for our long drive to Central Cuba. This country has so much potential but often seems to lack the drive, they are very laid ...
... But pretty cute. Day 31: Another awesome breakfast at our casa, then we're off to the tour office for our jeep ride and trek through the Topes de Collantes, a national park. The ride in is majorly bumpy but we arrive and start our tour at a family-owned coffee plantation. Our guide explains the traditional way of how Cubans made coffee. We have two espressos and feel pretty zingy afterwards. And we see a tiny little hummingbird. We reach the Caburni waterfall about half an hour ...