Hostal Santa Elena
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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An hour away I arrive, and mikael as promised is waiting from me, his english is a bit like my spanish but between us we understand each other, he works for the red cross in sancti spiritus has a 5 year old boy, married and I can see is excited about climbing. Yarobi in vinales has given me his contact details, and he seems really excited that a visiting climbing has come to sancti spiritus for the weekend, there are two areas we are going to visit, which arent in ...
... Spiritus in the late afternoon, and that there were more buses from there to Santa Clara. When we met two Austrians, who wanted to go to Havana we first tried to arrange a shared taxi. Unfortunately the local transport criminals tried to screw us by agreeing on a price for a taxi ride to Santa Clara and waiting for our bus to depart before telling us that the taxi wouldn’t take us to Santa Clara for the said price. Fortunately for us the bus ...
... ve been in)– yes please, I’ll take plenty more where that came from! Such a stark contrast to where I live (much to the dismay of myself and every other woman I know).
Then it was back to the hotel to meet my tour group and for us to all go out to our first dinner in Cuba. We were a full group of 12 – two retired couples from Australia and New Zealand respectively, one family of three from London, three German guys in their twenties, my roommate Donna ...
... others on the tour were looking at the monument, Tom and I scooted over the road to where we had seen some market gardens a couple of days ago. Monty Don's series 'Around the World in 80 Gardens' included a segment on Cuban urban gardens. Essentially, these were set up with the withdrawal of Russia from Cuba in 1986. In order to feed the people and to reduce the cost of transportation of food into the cities, urban market gardens ...
... think it may have been the gimp that led us there.
At the hostel we were greeted by the most smiley host we had found, I forget his name now but you could tell that this 50 something year old man had little to worry about, maybe because he charged the most that we had paid for a night in a casa. The building was beautiful & adorned with equally beautiful timber furniture that was clearly from the colonial Spanish times & had been cared ...