The experience of traveling to Cayo Cruz and Cayo Romano was outstanding, and the possibility of scouting the place with Daniel Beilinson, unique.
For next time, which I'm sure there will be one, I would love to do the trip La Habana - Cayo Coco by land instead of plane and get a closer look at the cuban countryside, I only had a glance now and was very touching. The car drive is around 6 hours long.
My room was very spaceful, clean and comfortable, the bathroom just perfect. Breakfast were abundant and complete, lunch picnics were very good also. Must say that dinners were specially delicious. I must recongize that I like much more this kind of lodging, house style, than big hotels.
The trip from La Casona to the marina is 50 km far, but it seems closer and time flies for a curious as myself.
The fishing service is Premium, so is the Head Guide and the rest of the team.
During the 3 fishing days I shared with Daniel, we only shared the waters with the coastguards, that's really something!
I had the priviledge of having personal sea water fly fishing classes; thank you Daniel! I hooked up many many bonefish, but lost my opportunities with tarpons, more than one over 30 lbs. I'm still fresh for this waters. I also had the thrilling experience of fishing permit, no hook ups but 2 big ones followed my flie but ended in a "hello and goodbye". I'll have my revenge.
Deaf eras to Daniel's words, my last day I to my rod #5 and got tired of landing bonefish, real torpedos for this equipment.
As Mc Arthur once said, and sorry Fidel and Che: "We'll be back".
Pedro José Güiraldes
Host of Patagonic Waters / ESPN
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