Today we somehow managed to get a Cuba Tourist card. It “only” took us around 3 hrs. 45 minutes of which were wasted by staying in line at the Air Canada hotline. Another 75 minutes to actually find and drive to a office of Copa Airlines. They are also veeery slow but “hell yeah” they are friendly! The guy at the counter even called some travel agents to find out where we could get the Tourist Card. So finally we drove to a place called Tonys Tourist. Now we are proud owners of two blank (?!?) Cuban Tourist Cards.
Following this little encounter we drove to Rincon Bay. A small village situated in the very West of Puerto Rico. Arriving there we had a strong Australia dejavu: lots of small bays, a very relaxing atmosphere and very nice people. It seems there are places on earth which are still intact. The sunset was amazing not least thanks to the small local bar we found (we’ll upload the video of the place later).
Our first glance of Rincon in the south West of Puerto Rico
Haveing mexican lunch
Anyone has an idea what kind of fruit that might be (30 cm of diameter)?
This is a mango tree with round about 1 to 10 billion fruits.......