Rio Miel (Honey river), in Baracoa
Are you tired of salt, of “living water” (jellyfish) and do not want to go very far? So, this is the right place. Walking east along the main beach while the city of Baracoa is left behind, you come to the “Rio Miel”. This river is surrounded by wooden bridges and fishermen’s houses.
One can take a dip and visit the area. If there is also the possibility of communicating with the locals, it will be discovered that many of these inhabitants are fishermen with harpoon, so better not to offer them a cigar, since they will never smoke.
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Source: Mi Nube