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Dinner is at Castropol, an attractive restaurant located between our hotel and the Old City. We start with mojitos, and follow with malangas, small pieces of deep-fried root vegetable served with duck sauce, grilled fish with pesto and for dessert, cheese cake all accompanied by a glass of very nice Chilean savignon blanc. Going back to the hotel, we drive along the Malecon, at 10 PM crowded with ...
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Huge thanks go to Ian and Michelle for all their research, rescue attempts, bank visits and late night/early morning phone calls! We are also extremely thankful to three new German friends that we made (Michael, Mike and Frank) who generously lent us some CUC so that we could buy water, food and pay airport tax! We would be living under a bridge in Havana right now if it wasn't these people.
... picture in the back of the class. The two of them attended the same elementary school class! What are the odds of that? We stayed for nearly an hour as the two Angels shared stories, much to the audience’s delight.
We weren’t sure where we were in relation to the next stop – the house my where my uncle grew-up, but had a general idea and we walked about seven blocks along Calle Magnolia. This was pretty close to Angel’s place, so maybe attending the ...
... very annoying in trying to do so.
San Jose Martin 19th
Airport is old and small, probably smaller than the old Larnaka airport.
All the staff wear khaki uniforms, like military and 80% are early 20s girls! With their fishnets! Could easily be a scene from a lesbian porn movie!
God how I love old free trolleys! Cancun airport also had!
I took the taxi to the hostel and as we were on the main road it suddenly ...