Hotel Los Jazmines
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... tour exploring a small part of the Valle de Viņales. Our guide Antonio meets us at casa Jorge y Ana Luisa and following brief introductions we are on our way. Antonio leads us into town, crossing the main street, Calle Salvador Cisneros, behind which there are a couple of blocks of houses, many of which are casas particulares and it is not long before we are in open countryside.
As we walk along in ...
... we declined his lovely lunch. It had also been sitting out in the sun for the past hour or two. Oh well did have lunch included in bus to beach so went back for more music and piña coladas. Today was tough. Off to dinner in campo.....village...tonight so see what is happening in there. One more day in vinales so tomorrow will go on bus around the mountain to see grande cave, cueva for a swim ...
... the government takes a certain amount of their livestock and produce. This gets used in food/supply rations, which every Cuban is allotted monthly. Farmers are not even allowed to keep an old, decrepid animal to slaughter and use for meat themselves, they must hand it over to the government. It makes you wonder in a communist regime what the best profession might be, if everybody is made to live in equal poverty.
... enough guests and a little later he greeted a friend who was carrying a pink double bass, who told us that he and his band were performing that night, which pleased us considerably. Music in the open air restaurant sounded like a great idea and the one thing we were not keen on about the hotel, which was generally rather good, was the loud music (often reggaeton - oh no!) coming from the pool area. We didn’t know what time the pool music ...
We entered the tiny town of Vinales and was surprised to see quite a crowd gathered around the bus stop area, most of them with signs for casa de particulares obviously haggling for customers. Luckily, Lynda's name was on a placard - Gladys had come to fetch us to take us to Casa Marceo y Gladys, our home for the next few days.
Gladys was a vivacious woman and quickly allocated our luggage and a taxi to take us to the guest house as it was a little too ...