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... it is still getting you stand up straight.
Education in Cuba
Geilyn: told us that she likes living in Vinales, and is becoming a dentist, where you make 1000 Pesos a month or 40 CUC… but then university in Cuba is free, so there are a lot of doctors, dentists… but it is still not enough to get a own home, and so she still lives with her parents.
With free education, nearly 100 % of all ...
... 8211; and tomorrow we will spoil ourselves again at the beach at Cayo Jutias. After that we will be on our way back home and you two will be on your way to Brazil! Oh! You must be so excited about your upcoming trip, I can’t wait to read Cara’s blog.
And thank you again for all your help at the Ranchero and travel aids. We look forward to being back home and traveling vicariously with you in Brazil.
... maintain a house and furnish it with some basic electronics like a TV and music player. I wasn’t in Cuba long enough to get a full overview of what you can buy with Cuban national money, but I gather it’s limited (our English-speaking taxi driver to the airport, given our remaining bills of national money, although not ungrateful, said with a laugh of protest, “it’s only good for buying tomatoes and paying the electricity bill!”) Our ...
... great system. Our dinner tonight was at an organic farm. Set on the hill it too had a beautiful view of the valley and surrounding hills. Sunset was magical especially with the de-stress cocktails with added rum. A feast for dinner all of it delicious with the backing of a wonderful lightening show. Back to town in an American car and a drink at 165. Mick the Irishman managed to order James a triple shot of 7 yr old rum which he manfully ...
... the pizzas came out thick and fast, removed from the deep baking tray and onto a circular piece of cardboard, which was how it was presented to the purchasers.
We went for a walk into town and found a restaurant and sat on the front balcony to watch life pass us by. We happened to see a clothes line full of clothes on the roof of a house. There must be a ladder to allow someone to climb onto the roof to hang out the washing. The owners did not ...