Villa Horizontes Soroa
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Anabel, our casa particular host in Cabaņas, suggested our itinerary for the next three days: two days at a casa in Playa La Mulata, 14 km from where we could take a ferry for a day on the beach at Cayo Levisa, and then on to Viņales, the touristed land of limestone karst mountains and caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. She also called ahead to let our hosts know we were coming.
Our second cycling day was as hot as the first, but by now we were really in ...
... I next discovered it was barely possible to walk without slipping. I was wondering how Dan was managing when I heard a cry up ahead—I had my eyes down to navigate my own difficult path, so I hadn’t seen him fall, but there he was, with brown-green sea goo down his side, blood on his right forearm and his handlebars loose. He heard his new helmet smack the pavement and said he was glad to have it (bought reluctantly just days before). So, only three km down the ...
We only had one day in Saroa and one of the 'activities' on offer was a trip to the orquideario (orchid garden), just a few meters from where we were staying. It was established by a wealthy Spaniard geezer, Tomas Felipe Camacho, in 1948. Apparently it is the largest orchid garden in the country and one of the most important worldwide. It is a really magical place with some crazy vegetation, including one species of orchid that smelled heavily of ...
The plan was a good one. An evening flight from Santiago de Cuba to Havana and then a taxi ride to Soroa - a small town about 45 minutes south of the airport. This would mean not having to go back into Havana (the wrong direction) but also getting a head start on the next day. Soroa was meant to be a stopping off point but it turned out to be a real highlight. But mice and men and all that. The flight was great. We were on the ...
... and is a local specialty for the Western province. They just let us come in and walk around, we stuck our head into the big drums of fruit fermenting and checked out the labeling machine.
As we continued on our journey to our hotel, we made a few stops along the way to see some of the local sights. There was a large botanical garden filled with delicate flowers and unique plants. We also stopped for a lunch break at the ...