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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... they ****** off to play volley ball eventually.
On the way back to the casa we saw a flock of parakeets settling down for the night. Then we were attacked by goth mosquitos! Don't know what they really were but they were black and ugly and wanted our blood. So like Chinooks, twirling our towels in either hand, we fought them off. They rather put us off venturing out again in the ...
... in the shade while the boys messed about doing 2 dives in the sea. One was a wreck dive, but the 2 US ships sunk by the Cubans during the Bay of Pigs fiasco/ debacle / utter defeat where at 150m depth, although not far off shore
On the way back to Playa Giron the geriatric old bus conked out and after about half an hour an actual air con bus arrived and took us back. All the gear (including Jon's sunglasses) ...
... other side of Havana we changed cars and drivers (a silver Peugot 405 this time), and about 10km down the road we again pulled onto a dirt track and the tank was filled from someone's private stash again.
The couple were dropped off in Playa Larga, where we picked up "the owner of the taxi company and nephew of Che Guevara" and continued to Playa Giron at the southernmost tip of Baiha de Chocinos (Bay of Pigs). ...
... was literally off the shore, down a ladder and voilà! Shoals of tropical fish swimming right with you - or you with them. Black and blue and yellow Nemo fish swimming in shoals right towards my face. Incredible. Then Ele spotted a shoal of a thousand silver sardines, and they encircled her and moved en masse as she moved. The next attraction was a deep but small natual pool where lots of big grey and smaller Nemo fish were as well a prehistoric looking one with greeb stripes( ...
... ride through the Cuban countryside, followed by a boat trip and a guided trout of a flamingo habitat. It is was a dream come true for me, these birds are so graceful, and as we learnt partner up for life, once with a partner they fly off to Florida (they don't need a visa, said our guide ruefully;) where they spend a honeymoon and return together. We saw them take flight gently running on water, ...