ZZNinjaKid – Planes, Trains, Autos & Boats
All the different ways #ZZNinjaKid travels around the world
Weird Ways to Travel #25 Vintage Russian Cars, Cuba In Cuba almost ALL the cars are over 50 years old because of the trade embargo with America. There are some really, really cool American cars which are huge and drive pretty well and some really, really rickety old Russian cars
Cuba has a very organised coach system that goes from East to West several times a day, stopping at most big towns. Sometimes you can book ahead and sometimes you cant (they dont give a reason why you cant reserve, Mama says its because the ticket office person cant be
Speeding round La Habana in a yellow Coconut ! These are pretty cool little buggies, you can fit 3 people in the back and they are a tiny bit safer than a bici taxi … but not much because they go faster and crash into the pot holes the same
Pedal Power in Cuba We took loads of these taxis as they’re cheap & easy to flag down and they can manoeuvre around the old cities where cars can’t. Some of them are much more comfortable than others, some are seriously dangerous and held together with string & tape !
Goodbye Mexico, Hello Cuba …. Mama keeps telling me theres no wifi in Cuba, Im not sure if she’s joking or not, I hope so because we’ll be there for 7 weeks !?!!?!?
Flooring it around Isla Mujeres on a Golf Buggy We hired a golf buggy for the day to go around Isla Mujeres but even though Mama floored it we still only chugged along like a snail ! Mama drives the Mexican Ninja-Mobile like a Mexican now and she drove the
“Fly” from Cancun to Isla Mujeres on a Catamaran This speedy cat only takes 20 mins to get to Isla Mujeres. In the evenings theres a guy playing the guitar and singing Mexican songs (and some English ones but its pretty hard to understand the words) Cost: $145 MX ($10
Renting a car in Mexico was a bit of a nightmare … We booked a big Jeep Patriot because we have Ninja Grandma & Ninja Grandad with us and all their luggage ! Mama booked online with Car Trawler, the Mexican rental office was called America, they were very slow