Thunderbird Beach Resort Hotel Miami
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... saying that no scheduled airline, U.S. or foreign, may operate scheduled service between the two countries. Only charter airlines may operate and then may only carry licensed travelers.
Cuban hotels, we’re told, offer “spotty” Wi-Fi internet access. Americans may bring computers into the country but may not bring a modem, portable hot spot or satellite phone or any other satellite type devices. As for Cubans themselves, most do not have ...
... Tripod, Grumpy and Shorty. Captain Lou had a great sense of humor and was a great guide.
Following our tour we headed down to Ft. Lauderdale for lunch and margaritas at Rocco's Tacos. We ate heavy knowing we would not have dinner.
We got back to the house around 5pm then it was time to clean up and get headed over to the airport to check in and start our adventure to ...
... to our rooms, and when our bags began to arrive, rapidly became settled in. Bottles were opened and first drinks consumed as we toasted the start of vacation. Karina would spend the rest of the day and night recovering as we explored and took pictures of everything like a trio of Japanese tourists. Dinner was delicious, starting with cured salmon and candied tomatoes, followed by brisket for Caroline and prawns for me. A little more wandering and we all turned in by 10 ...
... I had my kindle...nobody would tell us what was happening and all we knew was that we were not allowed to stand up!! We did have one good thing to come out of it in the fact that we made a new Italian friend who had been denied immediate entry just before us...maybe our interviewer was having a bad day!!
We got to the Hilton at about 8pm, grabbed some food and a beer then promptly hit bed...so happy to not be on an airport floor!!!
... because of our diminishing budget combined with crazy hostel prices in the states, and partly because we thought it'd be a really interesting experience, we decided to spend our last six weeks taking part. Basically people put their "couches" or a lot of the time it's spare rooms, up on the website with a profile about themselves, and you can apply to people to host you for a few nights. We can then return the favour if anyone fancies visiting the island! (when we eventually ...