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Travel Blogs from Cayo Largo
... and tried to find somewhere to go salsa dancing - but by the time we found somewhere it was too late and Megan was ready for bed.
The next day we went to see the flamingos at a swamp nearby and were horrified to discover more mosquitoes than I think either of us have ever seen in one place! We did see some flamingos but we couldn't really get close, but the rowing boat trip was incredibly ...
... departed. I received a call the day before departure telling us that the driver had been in an accident, he was fine but his car was out of action. Never mind, he is quite resourceful and will be able to source another car. Pacman was keen for us to do the tour in one of the old cars that we had been touring Havana in. I assured him that we would be in a small modern car as fuel in Cuba is quite expensive. As it turns out the cost of fuel is about the same Cuba ...
... tricycles with room to carry two passengers) and animal-drawn carts are very prevalent outside the large urban centres.
Train service is deplorable, to say the least.
Cubana de Aviacion offers an extensive domestic air network. Havana to Santiago, a 1 hr 25 mi trip is US$ 135.00 one-way for a visitor, but fares are considerably less for local residents.
... Choir. We also visit a “ration shop” where products subsidised by the state are sold.
On the way to our next stopover, we visit the Bay of Pigs, called Playa Girón in Cuba. I won't go into the politics of this failed invasion here. Read for ...
We ended our stay in Varadero by taking a arranged dive excursion to the bay of pigs where we attended to stay after the two dives and continue east to either Playa Giron or further.
The dive here offered walls of corals and many exotic fishes and a small wreck.
We are so lucky. Just after the dives a bus heading to Trinidad passed by and we hoped on and went all the way.
- Swimming pool