Hostal Vista Park
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Sat people watching a bit in the park and it wasn’t long before I had company. My Spanish is not good enough though to hold any real sort of conversation so after a while each person would move on but only to be replaced by someone else asking where you were from, what you were doing etc. Bit tiring after a while; then you have to move on!!!
Not so many tourists in Santa Clara. Still blessed by good ...
... 8230;. And no knife…. So the next day one of the restaurant waiters came in and same breakfast but today we got it in style…. Casa you have a long way to go.
Milk for Paul
So since several days we try to get some milk, so Paul can get it`s milk and cookies in the evening. And in Trinidad all Mercado’s we checked out no milk only evaporated milk in the can, so ...
... soon after there is a free concert, so we listen for a little while, but then we are not really classic freaks, so when we felt cold we left…..
We are followed
We saw them in the Casa… when stepping of the bike-taxi at the Che monument they are there… we meet them again at the Tren Blindado, they came like us by bike taxi…. Then we see them again in ...
... we expected good things, but none of us anticipated the feast that we were presented with! We had all picked what meat / fish we wanted earlier that day and naively thought we'd just be having that with a bit of veg and rice. Gross underestimation! We had noodle soup & bread rolls for starters. Then mains with salad, rice, loads of veg and local potatoes. Followed by chocolate ice cream. All washed down with a bottle of red. Queue food coma and bed! Long long road trip ahead ...
... another Conga line. We were also given a demonstration of one of their favorite games--a cross between baseball, golf, and cricket (you've just got to go and experience this one in person!)
The Che Guevera Memorial was our final stop in Santa Clara before the drive back to Cienfuegos. Not many groups traveling under US licenses get this experience. I am glad that we did; we learned a lot about The Revolution.
It is ...