NEV Staff go on vacation

The principal staff of Niagara Escarpment Views got away in early March. We, Gloria and Mike, boarded our Sunwing flight on March 4 and headed to the Cayo Coco airport for seven days of relaxation. We went with a large group, nine in total! We settled in to the resort schedule, and got out by sail boat to snorkel a coral reef followed by a stop on a small deserted island. We also headed into the nearest town, Moron. There, we met up with our rescuer (Gisela ) from seven years ago, when we crashed a motor scooter. See our blogs from 2012 and 2018 for the full story.  It was a good adventure, a mix of hanging around the resort and heading out to explore. All round a good time.

Tito, the human-imprinted Kestrel was owned by a gardener at the resort. He happily hopped onto anyone’s shoulder.
A pet crab from another gardener, happily hanging around, although the Editor was not quite so happy!

Editor in rapture at one of the three Hemmingway statues

Our boat trip out to a reef for snorkeling and a stop off at a “deserted island”

Gisela and her boyfriend Idalberto at their house in Tuero (Moron). She moved there from Holguin last year. It is a renovated warehouse.

A Sunday in the park in Cuba. Cubans enjoying a day off, with  a few tourists sprinkled in!

2 Comments

  • Like the movie -” You got me at the Deserted Island!”

    Did you and Mike sail yourselves to the deserted island? Sounds like a dream come true!

    Thanks for sharing

    Albert

  • Albert

    Yes, it was great. We rented the sailboats and had the local Cubans to sail us out there.

    Glad you liked the blog.

    Mike

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