Islazul Hotel Santa Clara Libre
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... scammed the first time... At the bus depot ,we met some cab drivers who vouched that it was a door to door drop off, meaning the cab would drop us off at our casas/hotels, where we wanted to go. We decided to give it a try. We had to wait as the cab takes 4 passengers. As we sat outside, an old lady walked past, looked very poor and the way she was dressed looked very unhygenic. Sharon felt bad for her, and gave her some money. The lady came to us later and asked ...
... water. We climbed out and drip dryer as no one had a towel then we continued to hike up to a great view point over the valley and a large lake in the distance. We then headed down another route along the river which was beautiful. Highly recommended spot to visit for the day.
We the got back to our car and headed to the lake which was about 30 minute drive thru the mountains. We grabbed a small boat (very very slow) ...
... inherited good and spacious houses and they have a sense of what is needed to feel comfortable. They are good company as well. We are talking to our landlady and her mother. The servant, who always seems to be an integral part of the family, is also involved. Three women. So W asks if there aren’t any men around. The old lady looks at her and adamantly replies: “Aqui in Cuba, los hombres no serven para nada!”
... at a roadside stand and bought some pinos (pineapples). I was curious
when I saw J follow one of the vendors as they walked past our car, so I
followed. We went into a tiny shack of a house nearby. A woman nursing a baby was
sitting in a rocker and 2 small children were near her, staring and giggling at
me. I could see J and the man bartering in the back room. Out he came with some
cheese! This was my first of many ...
... to Aruba, 18 miles (30 km) off the Venezuelan coast.
We started on Monday with breakfast on our balcony. What could be better than eggs on muffins, with café latte and fresh fruit with the ocean rolling by? Monday and Tuesday are blurred together, as sea days usually are. It’s been a routine of eating, drinking and exercising. The fitness center has been crowded. Yesterday at 1000 hours almost every machine ...