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... crystal clear waters, then an early night prevailed after another yummy meal at our favourite restaurant, Dante’s in Parque Josone.
Our final day in Varadero, and Cuba, was spent doing more souvenir shopping, relaxing down on the beach, swimming, cocktails, listening to chilled music, and enjoying our last dinner being serenaded by a pure Cuban vocal tones and guitar mastery at La Barbacoa, a steakhouse restaurant we discovered. Not wanting the ...
... a hammer head, metal fish, wooden rhino, and clay cupped hands. At the grand hotel we purchased an hour's use of email time and found out why people did not bother with it. Hotmail and Google are difficult to use, actually probably impossible, Anthea eventually got into face book after 37 minutes - advised that his was a possibility by a fellow user, and Mac managed to get his email which is yahoo linked - what a palaver. We needed resuscitation after this so sat ...
... also a very dodgy looking spiral staircase. We meandered around the rest of the square, buying a local cd in the theatre. Feet were a little tired so had a rest too.
On the way back we stopped for a beer and saw the local ? 'bad guys' propping up an old car with their beer! Back at the casa we caught up with our washing - the balcony was good for drying. Another good and large meal, chicken from the outdoor charcoal oven this time with more very good ...
... interesting, but it all went well after sorting out our luggage. The four and a half hour bus ride was broken up by a stop at a posh coach service area, reasonable loos, and we had a free lunch as we seemed to have joined in with three coach tours having a lunch stop. We did buy our own beers though. Mac was hoping for a free glass of wine but we didn't get that.
We both had a nap on the bus. Arriving at the bus station at Cienfuegos we thought we were ...
... pretty sure we were eating our visitors. At one stage Rossy (Kristen) chased one into my room, she swears that it wasn’t a set up but as I opened the door there he was with her standing behind him, where else could he go.
The morning of the crab invasion I left Pacman and Rossy to spend some quality time with the crabs and headed of on a tour of the local national park, I took along my camera and was lucky enough to get some good shots of to rare Cuban birds.