March 15th, 2019
We went on a hike that started at a tobacco farm. The tobacco farm was nice to see because it was always hard to understand exactly what it was especially when you think about slavery. It is like what the heck are those plants in those 1700s photos. I am 100% not a farm person, but it was nice to learn from our tour guide. Then we went on another hike and we learned about flowers. Our guide was funny and we walked through nature. Again, I am not a fan, but I do not complain when I am in a new place really learning and experiences. Then we ate at a place that serves food from their farm, it was great. In Cuba they give people sooo much food at restaurants.
Then we showered, and went to a garden and learned about historical meaning of more plants. It was interesting. Then we had a historian talk to us about more stuff, tbh I didn't retain any knowledge from that because by this point I was tired and just needed a power point to help visualize these concepts. Then we went to a salsa class which was cute but I am not about to learn anything that fast. I would practice salsa more.
Then we had our final dinner in Cuba.
March 16th, 2019
Some of us decided to wake up early and do a cave tour and it was really nice. We basically spent our last few dollars and walked around before it was time to go. We had another lunch and I was able to get peoples rushed thoughts of the program. THE END (watch all my vlogs here)