Travel Blogs from Cayo Largo
... not a bad way to start the day. The rest of the day involved having a nice lunch, a couple more mojitos and chilling out in this really pleasant bayside city - like a Cuban Melbourne!
What we learnt
Cuba is a very diverse place.
We don't know a thing about architecture.
If you want to go salsa dancing, have a nap first and go out late!
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.
... man had also been to australia twice over the years with special govt permission. He was so friendly and then offerred to give me a box of top brand cigars real cheap to take home. Nice as the offer was I declined.Apparently the Australian man is coming next month to buy a chevvy for 5,000cuc and ship it home for 3,500cuc so will have a chevvy in Australia for about 9,000 Aust dollars. That day I also visted the massive Che memorial, mausoleum and city museum. Heading ...
... high ceilings, massive front doors. All furniture in every house so far has consisted of 4 timber rocking chairs around TV, outside normally has 2 timber or iron rocking chairs. The houses in each village are mainly all the same design and built out of concrete blocks then rendered and painted in pastel or vibrant colour. ...
No not from the food just a little bike ride today. Our host said 9ks to the cueva de los peces so we thought yep good bike ride lets do it. So swim in the morning back for breakfast then off on our bikes. Ok 7ks to the first restaurant but good place to snorkel just before it then keep going another 2ks then you reach los peces. Said should take 20 min, no worries. ...
- Swimming pool