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Travel Blogs from Cayo Largo
... beach – or so the books say – I guess we will be the judge of that.
Playa Larga has a quiet, small town charm that is easy to like. And having a host as wonderful as Mirta hasn’t hurt one bit either. She arranged an ornithology guide for us this morning and we went birding in the Zapata park with a fair bit of success. We saw two types of owls, the national bird (it is red, white and blue like the flag), woodpeckers and other ...
... health services) they were getting for free and a dry good store that was pleasantly busy. A short parade of buskers and clowns on stilts added to the confusion. Ending up at the Plaza we talked with a retired guide and posed for a group picture.
We headed back to Los Laureles, the restaurant in the gardens of the Palacio del Valle, aka the Moorish Castle, where a man was turning a pig on a spit over a fire around which were ...
... not spying on the U.S. government. Castro has effectively used to arrests to keep the anti-American fires burning).
Another slightly ominous feature of the Cienfuegos landscape is an unfinished nuclear power plant that the Russians are talking about finishing for the Cubans. If the Iranian nuclear program has driven some in the U.S. to distraction (with good cause), I can only imagine what a similar program right on their doorstep might ...
... we set off, in bici taxis, for what would be our final sunset cocktail; this time with a view across the water, from the terrace of the elaborate Palacio de Valle. After dark, we headed back towards home and after some searching, eventually split in two for later than planned dinner in local restaurants. The following morning we were ready to leave but our bus looked a little out of sorts; Ivan, our driver, managed to fix it using a pen knife and a machete ...
... other. Was cool little town though- we caught a horse and carriage in the ended and got a car from the place we originally was going to. Had a really nice lunch with Carlos's family which was so yum and gorg. Finally left and made our way to our casa I was dead, I drove the whole way not to mention we had no music for at least half the journey- the battery died on the speakers and Polly the dumb dog didn't bring the charger. So we had to ...
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