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Category Archives: Cuba
We arrived in Toronto safely and on time. The weather hasn’t been too bad although a lot colder than Cuba and the Bahamas – we are adjusting. We have already had some time with our family and friends and hope … Continue reading
Today we leave for Canada to celebrate Tyler and Maria’s wedding on Feb 20th – we never imagined when we left in October that we would be going home for a wedding but we couldn’t be more pleased! We are … Continue reading
Drove back home along the sea coast – beautiful!!! After talking to some locals, we found out that Fidel lives just outside the Hemmingway Marina in Jeminita which is on the western outskirts of Havana. If we had more time, … Continue reading
This morning we visited caves that run under the mountains you see in this valley. They proved to be quite amazing. They had been formed by water flowing through the inside of the mountain. The result was very beautiful! One … Continue reading
Today we rented a car and headed for Vinales, a beautiful part of Cuba west of Havana. We stayed overnight there and enjoyed the mountains and farmland. I am sorry we can’t post pictures at present because the Internet is … Continue reading
I mentioned a few days ago about the interesting people we are meeting at this marina. Unlike in the USA, this marina has a much broader group of mariners. Numerous Aussies, Kiwis, Irish, Dutch, Swedes, and a good contingent of … Continue reading
More Pictures from Havana…
This morning I said to another boater, “I’ve got a busy day today”. When I got thinking about it, I realized I had to go to the bank and then send 5 emails – granted in Cuba that could take … Continue reading
We took a “cab” into Havana today and viewed the sights of the city. It is amazing how Havana WAS so developed as a city with beautiful architecture and a vibrant arts community for hundreds of years. It was a … Continue reading
Our boat has become a place to hang out for some of the cruisers in our end of the marina. We have met some really interesting people here and everybody has a story to tell. One of the guys next … Continue reading
Finally ran out of gas. We have been burning “it” up for the last 3 days (little more than one day of sleep in 3). Coming from Key West, we first stayed at Marathon and the next night anchored out … Continue reading