Hotel Las Cuevas
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... is outside the house and hanging out with the neighbors. Visiting each other is so normal for these people. Sharon took a picture of a child. Suddenly, a lady, the child's neighbor came upto us and asked for soap, clothes, toothpaste etc. It felt weird. She was not being rude or begging, but very polite and I guess she needed them. Imagine a deodorant from Canada is their three days salary. Sharon promised that she would bring them something later in the day. We ...
... we had to master our skills to use it. The owner's son if we wanted to have dinner, what we wanted for dinner and at what time. I opted for fish, Sharon for chicken and at 8:30 pm.
After few minutes of resting we ventured out. Luis had shown us earlier the
historical part of the town. We went there.. with the humidity and
heat, it was starting to get unbearable. That's when we understood the concept of siesta. We got lost, as ...
... nice views on the Bay and the ocean with the corals coming right to shore. We also listen to the 'hot Pizza’ guy and went to the sandy town beach, which is not the cleanest we saw so far… tomorrow we will check for a better one.
Our "Princess Casa "at the ocean:
We wanted a Casa with ocean view and nice terrace and we got it, up the colored stairs to ...
... not that long ago were seriously outclassed, a smart man would have bet the farm on Germany that afternoon.
We had lunch at the Punta Gorda (Fat Point) yacht club, a strangely opulent and class based site for a socialist country, it was everything you would expect a exclusive club be, it seemed like we had travelled back in time to the 1920’s.
After Cienfuegos we headed to Trinidad, stopping off again for a dive at Rancho ...
... and went to get a cab which was a hike anyway. Wanted to go get some pizza but the shop didn't have any Ayres went nuts and Carlos ended up saving the day by getting us all a pizza. Ayres was still a cranky *****. Then we couldn't get into our house and Carlos once again saved the day and let us all in, then there was no electricity! Once again Carlos saved the day and turned it on- but it failed after two seconds- we all got over it and just went to ...