Innovative use of old flower pots to make a border.
Lots of birdhouses.
A mask I wanted to buy, but they were not for sale, alas.
Even the paths were used for art.
Old typewriters never quite die.
Ashley joined our entertainer Jose' Pelegrin at lunch and rocked it! We had the best lunch here.
Entertainment during a most excellent lunch. Ashley provided able support to musician Jose' Pelegrin.
Where some of us had a shot of coffee.
A crocodile. This guy was about 6 feet long and very actively trying to figure out how to escape. Scary!
This guy was tethered right next to the "freeway."
Kathleen at the tobacco farm.
At the tobacco farm.
Ebon and the owner of the tobacco farm.
Tobacco being dried in the barn.
A better shot of tobacco drying in the barn.
Angel, our driver extraordinaire.
There were a couple of these motorbikes at the tobacco farm. I have no idea what they were.
Ebony and Ashley. Did they dress to match?
My only picture of the whole group. Andy, me, Sandy, Kathleen, Beth, Helen, Peter, Patty, Elaine, Keith, Ashley, Ebony, Will, and Cathy.
This tractor added many minutes to our travel through the hills.
Caught behind the tractor - note the 1957 Desoto station wagon.
Hills from near a hotel in the "wine region", Pinar del Rio.
Looking across the hotel pool in Pinar del Rio.
I always like these arrays of distance markers. This was the day we spent out in the countryside.
The rest of the distance markers.
That Cathy Jones about to have a cigar!
And here she is, smoking that stogie.
Kathleen smoking a cigar - a sight never before seen.
The Jones sisters with their after-dinner smokes.
Elaine getting into it.
There was live music in the hotel lobby morning and evening and it was always excellent!