Noemis y Wilfredo
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... sat in front of us. As we climbed the stairs and came to the front desk the guy on the door said we could not come in. We couldn't believe it, as foreigners we were not welcome!! But Daniela spoke some seriously aggressive Spanish to him and before we knew it we were inside and dancing in front of a giant 10 piece salsa band. Wow!!! We must have danced for 4 hours straight. The drinks kept coming and the salsa kept beating. Before we knew it it was 6am so we jumped in a cab, ...
... Cuban-American, who proceeded to tell us his life story over and over again, about how he'd left Cuba on a raft when he was 15. He also said "you know what I'm saying" after every breath, which was difficult to respond to when he hadn't actually said anything. Amy unfortunately suffered the most, and jokingly agreed to go get a tattoo with him the following week. Hannah managed to escape the drama, and randomly spoke German with a Cuban IT engineer most of ...
... a tourist drowning at Cuban beach but what they don’t know of course is that:
1. The boys have been having swimming lessons every week for 10 years or thereabouts,
2. We live in Australia and know what a rip looks like and how to get out of it,
3. They were only waist deep in the water and
4. Most of the Cubans in the water really didn’t look like they could actually swim in a pool let alone the sea.
... grave (husband) and were told it would be in the French area. I learned that it had been a custom to bury individuals by their origin.
Aside from the cemetery adventure, on this day we returned to visit Angel, the gentleman who was the plant administrator, Gladys to visit with her son and family, and our driver's lovely family, whose wife made us an unbelievably delicious flan. We brought groceries purchased earlier in the day to ...
... don't have enough money with me (which was btw true) :)
as predicted, I finished my second book and I'm halfway my third (Reminiscences of the cuban revolutionary war by Ché).
Had a nice conversation with a private tourguide (in his break and my reading time) in a park. He confirmed the version which was given by the casa particulares owners regarding the political scene in Cuba. As these sources were from the richer cubans (direct contact ...