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Another photo opportunity to share a few interesting shots.

This was of a storm last June….. no one was hurt, but it sure looked ominous.

I’ve experienced a couple of strong storms during two different stays on Cayo Largo… It sure was impressive and I can barely imagine what a hurricane must be like.

Another photo opportunity to share a few interesting shots.

This was of a storm last June….. no one was hurt, but it sure looked ominous.

Absolutely Stunning!
Is that the Royal Service at the Paradisus Rio de Oro?

it is Royal service PRDO…..If you could see beyond the trees is the orientation of the main resort.Funny how good the staff are there. One of the butlers overheard me say I wanted to find a rainbow after the storm. It took a while to blow in and was intense but once the rain came itover in an hour. I kept looking but the next wave of clouds would come in so I settled in for a nice espresso and he came up and excitedly pulled me to one door.

Not my best picture…. but the back story makes me smile

Great photo!

Havent experienced anything too crazy, but my first trip to Cuba in Cayo Coco, the winds got pretty bad as a hurriance was passing by through Jamaica and then hit the southern part of Cuba I beleive. And while there was no major issues in Cayo Coc, the strength of the wind and waves was awesome!

What they say is true… "A picture *is* worth a thousand words"!!!

Really enjoy the occasional summer night lightning shows in Cuba.

This is the beach at Playa del Este, early evening,  the eve of hurricane Ike several years ago. It was a category 2 when it arrived in this area, unlike the category 4 it had when it entered Cuba through Guardalavaca.

I spent the day in Havana watching as they prepared for its arrival. All the boats had been lifted out of the water by crane and placed in the streets of Old Havana for safekeeping. :

This is the beach at Playa del Este, early evening,  the eve of hurricane Ike several years ago. It was a category 2 when it arrived in this area, unlike the category 4 it had when it entered Cuba through Guardalavaca.

I spent the day in Havana watching as they prepared for its arrival. All the boats had been lifted out of the water by crane and placed in the streets of Old Havana for safekeeping. :

These shots are incredible!!!

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