Cienfuego – Cuba’s Southwestern Port!

Rose early, caught my first Viazul bus ride from the pickup point in central Vinales. By 7:30 a.m. we were underway. We had a couple stops before the long almost-straight-through haul to Cienfuego. During the first stop the very kind gentleman sitting next to me departed in Pinar del Rio to begin his one weekmore …

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Valley of Vinales!

The road that brings one into the Valley of Vinales provides a stunning view! To approach the valley the pavement climbs a large hill, then crests, then starts descending, and WOW! The lush green valley unfolds, back-dropped by the limestone up-croppings called magotes which bring to mind scenery images from the movie Lord of themore …

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Viva la Cuba! We Begin in Havana!

When Cuba opened up for United States citizens, I kept hearing from fellow travelers, “Better go soon before it changes!” Having now just returned from a month’s travels throughout the western half of Cuba, my response to that comment would be: “Wait until economic relations equalize between the U.S. and Cuba.” As it stands asmore …

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HA..HA..HAlloween in San Carlos

It was a warm and sunny late afternoon when the monsters started running in from the street to the Totonaka RV Park office area to receive their Treats, or give their Tricks! Of course, treats were being given! They were in a hurry! And so many great costumes! Some said ‘Thank you!’ (Gracias) after beingmore …

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Sun, Sweat, Cervezas and Singing!

What an amazing time it has been here in San Carlos, and before that, Puerto Penasco. I was 9 days in Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point), and met lovely new friends, snorkeled almost daily and enjoyed seeing all the incredible artwork for sale at the beach – nicely polished iron wood carvings, silver and shell jewelry,more …

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