Islazul Pasacaballo Hotel
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... big rectangles. Often not covered and one lady was getting a bicycle taxi ride and so was holding one cake about 59cm x 80cm with another the same size stowed in the luggage shelf in the back. Just wonderful. Unfortunately the Museo Historica was closed but we did go to the old convent which is now the Museo De La Luncha Contra Los Bandidos. The museum of the fight against outlaws. It covers counter revolutionary guerrillas following ...
... in it and a natural swimming hole. The ranger's house was a testimony to how you don't need stuff, minimalist was his middle name. His kitchen had a charcoal fire with blackened walls and ceiling which just happened to be made of palm leaves. Thank goodness there were no sparks. Back in time to have lunch at the best tapas bar ever. Hot shrimps, fish croquettes, 1/2 wheel tamales, marinaded olives, pork ribs and washed down with ...
... has big ones. We arrived in Trinidad around 3.30 and it was soooo hot. Just climbing out of the bus made my face leak. Settled into our home stays after a welcome drink of Canchachara a mixture of lemon juice, honey and rum. Very addictive. Our matrimonial room is fantastic - blue satin with hearts and flowers. It is ours for 3 nights. We went for a walk around town this afternoon and into the old part of Trinidad which is ...
... on. He isn't going to show me though so will have to figure it out Dinner last night was at a restaurant which was tram themed as trams used to run here until 1950 until General Motors bought the tram company and closed it. Had shrimps for dinner as this town is a major shrimp fishing port. Aimara was very funny and said that Cubans queue. Everything you want to do you have to queue for. There are always enormous queues for the ...
Eventually dropped of at Brisus beach resort for 3 nights. Cant believe i took the mick out of Stepford hotels of Cancun and now, thanks to the travel agent in Havana, im in one.
Great beach, big pool, good food and never ending drinks, yes i found myself in a place i swore i would never go, an all inclusive. Set belts to FB mode.
After buffet brekkie - lovely, went to see Shirley Bassey the travel agent, for ...
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