Hotel Los Frailes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... Playa Ancon (Cuba):
On Monday, we moved an hour further east to one of our favorite spots of the trip: the magical colonial town of Trinidad. Much larger in scale than Sancti Spiritus, and exuding just plain wonderful vibes, Trinidad is an easy tourist choice and a definite jewel in Cuba's crown. Not only is the town lovely and laid back, but it is also extremely close to one of the nicer beaches on the south coast: Playa Ancon. We spent ...
... and active, a pleasure to meet him! I was really happy at that time, first person in Havana not asking me anything for talking with him. Trust me, it felt good! He has kind of lived everything and can teach me a lot about his country. I still decided to leave the same day as I had enough of Havana for now but I had a good talk with him and made sure I would come back before leaving to spend some more time with him.
Ciao Havana, see you later Juan, hello Cuban ...
... who says so is a liar.” I wondered what occasioned the emphatic nature of his response, but in tone it was in counterpoint to the dissatisfaction I had heard from Pilo the day before.
Back at the casa particular, we sat down to write the list of birds and Yamilin, our host, brought a carafe of pineapple juice. Unfortunately, we had to pack up and move down the road as she had reservations, but we were happy to find ourselves just one km away at ...
Day 46 - Thursday 13th Feb
Welcome to Havana! I finally arrived in the Cuban capital for my 2 week holiday. It was late on Thursday night when I touched down and I was feeling absolutely wrecked after spending the last 24hours travelling. So I quickly withdrew some local currency CUCs and headed straight to the casa by taxi.
What initially struck me was the heat (big change having come from Cork where it was snowing when I left) and also the old style ...
... ich in die Grundlagen der spanischen Sprache eingeführt. Hier und da schlendere ich ausgerüstet mit meiner Kamera durch die Gassen Havannas und halte meine Eindrücke von dieser Stadt fest. Es ist sicherlich eine Stadt, die „ die Perle von Mittelamerika“ sein könnte, wenn all die alten, zerfallen aber architektonisch wunderschönen Gebäude restauriert würden. Schließlich fahren wir weiter raus aufs Land um Kuba wirklich ...