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... At the end of the evening those who had not over indulged filed out of the theatre clutching the remains of the rum. We took ours back for a fellow passenger who we knew enjoyed a tot or two!
We arrived back onboard with the crew welcoming us with a "Good morning".!!The last time we visited the Tropicana there was a tropical themed party on board when we returned but this trip no such party so a quick nightcap and off to bed with the Cuban music still ringing in our ears.
... br> Our first stop in Santi Spíritus was to the Guayabera Project, where we spoke with Carlos who was wearing a guayabera of his own. The Cuban national shirt can be spotted by the two or four pockets on the front and two vertical rows of pleats running along the front and back of the shirt. A traditional guayabera is stitched in cotton or linen, and the fabric may be obtained from a government market, the “informal market,” or from a family member living in the ...
... know!) and Joanne & Kathy needed to catch up on some missed Zzzz from last night.
We had read in the Lonely Planet that cuisine in Santiago is severely lacking and absolutely nothing to write home about, but we decided to chance our arms and try find somewhere semi-decent to get some dinner that night. We failed miserably!! We went into a local restaurant and after ordering what we had hoped would be grilled chicken we were presented with some sort of chicken, ...
... the content at speed and whisked us around the, sometimes quite harrowing, exhibits and detailed accounts of rebellion and torture. She also informed us that after 1959 all Cuban military barracks were turned into schools, so next door to the museum there would be children playing. Last stop of the day was Morro Castle, the construction of which took more than sixty years to complete, from 1638 to 1700. After a wander round and a look out to sea, we stopped for yet another feast of ...
... That night im taking a 10 hourbus journey to Santiago de Cuba, the next biggest city after Habana. Mikael hosts me for the evening where I meet his family, and eat tea with them, so welcoming, a true gent. At the bus station Hector is waiting for me with some photos from our nights out, with a message of 'To my dearest friend stuart, safe travels and best regards to all the welsh women!' he asked me the previous night if I can bring a 40 year old welsh lady to meet ...