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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palco Vinales
I stayed in the playa area. The hotel is very good conditions. I like the cigars shop because the man who hancraft the habanos is the same since 25 years ago. In the store they sell delicious chocolates, great as a souvenirs
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It is important to remember that Cuba is a country old fashion and not modern world, so pay in cash.
... be something about us that says sing to us, as we were again serenaded this time with Enrique, Ricky Martin and other Spanish love songs. Pedro also took to shouting out to the house we passed telling all that he had found his two wives and warning the coffee farmer Danny, that we were taken so not to make any moves on us or there would be trouble. Pedro knew no bounds as he bit off a thread from Bec's top and attempted to lick honey from her hand. The coffee farm ...
... at not one could we buy the scratch card ($6 CUC per hour) to use the few computers available—each time we were told “no hay” (“there aren’t any”). Even if we had been able to buy the card, we would have had to line-up for what looked like a long time to wait for a free computer. In Havana, before 8 a.m. there were already about 15 people in line for the 8:30 opening, and every time we went by, there was a line-up. We tried ...
... colours are muy bonito (very beautiful), contrasting to the fields of green crops these vibrant orange and shades of gray walls are stunning. Yorabi takes me through a tunnel blasted out by the military in the 90s, apparently as preperations for the expected war with USA! Now its used by climbers and walkers to go through one of the mogotes...oh except that officially its banned, no climbing, no camping, no kayaking, no hiking.... nada!
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... while the other was belaying and shouting words of encouragement ;-)). After just a few of hours we were absolutely wasted and exhilarated by this cool experience!
We also visited the Cave of Santo Tomas, which spreads over 46km and eight levels - making it the third biggest cave in the Americas. On a rather short but private tour (we only got a couple of hundred meters into the cave, unfortunately…) we got to see some spectacular ...