The Ladies of the Lake, Deborah, her daughter, and Maria Alejandra. We woke up early to drive to her father's town, San Anotnio do Los Bano, a 45 minute drive outside of Havana. In between the main road and the town, there are tight, dirt roads through the bushes leading to the river, El Ojo del Agua, or the Eye of the Water. It is where the locals swim since the beach is too far, and it is where the children bathe becaue many homes do not have running water, and it is where their horses drink. It is what they are use to because it is all they have and all they know.