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Santiago de Cuba – day 2

30th December 2015

Exploring Santiago de Cuba today with a visit to the Museum of the Carnival and the oldest house for guided tours and a wander around the shops in the morning. Couldn’t help myself, I bought a Che cap and a few of us had ice-cream at the flashest place around! A boat ride to another government owned restaurant for lunch but much nicer and better food than the one yesterday. Then on to the old fortress and museum for a few hours with dinner at a private rooftop restaurant to top off the day. Lobster for lunch and prawns for dinner – not a bad combo for the day! We finished off with a couple of hours at the bar swapping stories.

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