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Travel Blogs from Havana
... worker, a surgeon or engineer you didn’t bring home the big bucks!
... the knobs to open the windows. I’m sure it took all Miguel’s will to not step out of the car and wash the windshield – which was nearly opaque with grit.
We ground through the city over roads poorly maintained and down grand streets where the homes were in ruin. I thought, “What have I done?” more than once.
Then we arrived.
Rule #1 of Habana: Things are not always as they seem.
... wandering round terminal 2 until the delay is pulled forward 1 hour.and a different gate. about 50 min flight cancun to havana plus the hour on, we just get time for a bottle of water and some pretzels. Great view of stepford hotels as we fly out over the bay.
Immigration-20 odd lines of 50 odd people in each. its slow.about an hour before we try and go to the counter as a couple.we get told one at a time. she smiles at my passport photo.i wasnt travel ...
... who wasn’t moved by the film.
Once the movie was over Estela in her thick Brooklyn accent asked "So what do you think?". She stayed and talked with us to answering all our questions from her films, personal life and her experiences living in Cuba. We could have listened to her talk to her for hours. We were all amazed to hear her resume of people she has met throughout her lifetime Fidel Castro, Nelson ...
... we have spoken of two totally different matters, but who cares when the company is fine and the day is warm…He brought me old photos and wondered out loud where all the time had gone, and I thought of what someone dear said to me recently: “Det finns inte så många dagar”. It was said in Swedish and I can’t really justify the meaning with a translation, but it is something in the lines of: “Sufficient days do not exist”.