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... choices are mind boggling and the staff are truly wonderful, always happy no matter what. There are an absolute array of different nationalities here. We've enjoyed many great conversations with fellow Brits, Argentinians, Canadians.
The Canadians are definitely the majority, they come to escape their cold winters and mainly enjoy the all-inclusive lifestyle without venturing into the 'Real Cuba' like we have. ...
... else, me included, had pillows over their heads trying to sleep.
Onwards, farewell Trinidad and the central south coast. Today we are back with Francisco and Daniel and driving north to Varadero. It'll be a long tiring day but wow the sights! We head into the Escambray mountains for a visit to a coffee plantation, one of many in the area and enjoy a perfect cup of Espresso with a display by the local parrots who are squawking non stop in the trees surrounding us. I do get ...
... favourable reviews on trip advisor gets you benefits. After the first 2 weeks at The Memories I wrote a glowing report and when I went back the following week I was told I could have any room I choose, plus I got other perks. For some people the perks are more important then the animals, thus the coverup continues, There are so many nice kind seniors who will go nowhere near these countries because of what happens to the animals. Guests going one time ...
... experience to chill out in a kayak on Halong Bay, definitely one.
Dinner was a lot more seafood and we just drank away the rest of the evening on the boat. We drank with the Danish couple for most of the evening who were really nice people.
When they went to bed we ended up playing a drinking game called Kings with the American lads which was goodcraic. The whole pack of cards is laid out on the table face down and ...
... we have a day tour to Havana, the capital of Cuba, we are going to visit local rum factory, have a walk in the historical center of the city. On the next day we will have a boat trip to Cayo Blanco island, snorkeling, playing games in a boat, drinking rum and eating lobster and later watching dolphins show. On the next day we having swim with same dolphins and visiting Varadero center for shopping.
That is our plan for the next week.
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