Casa Particular - Casa Fefita y Luis
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... over and the guy looked at me and said shhhhhh please. I decided not to go with him as the kiosk opened. I asked the girl behind if they took Colombian Pesos and she pointed at the sign that said only US, CAD and EUROs. ****…I had about $400 of Peso’s I was counting on changing…Rieko and I piled all our US and CAD funds together and were able to get some Cuban Peso’s.
Then I had to hit the car rental as I was going to ...
... up on the bar waiting for the tourists to arrive. The guy at the bar offered me a cigar from a tray - I bought the cheapest ($4CUC), got the money shot for my Havana challenge and gave the cigar to the barman to smoke.
Walked back to the hotel via Emporado Street - which is not nearly as interesting as Obispo - without finding anywhere to eat. Beautiful evening - warm, but not uncomfortably so. Asked the doorman at the Iberostar for a recommendation for dinner, but he ...
... various political figures over the years. Saturday 5 July (last day in Cuba). Is still hot. We go for a walk in the morning and are knackered after an hour from heat and dehydration. You have to pace yourself. Forecast today is for a humid 34 degrees in Havana. Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining - I love the heat! We are chilling by the hotel pool this pm - mojitos/ Cristal cervezas! The Holland/Costa Rica game has just finished. I have got a nice cohiba to smoke (or ...
... providing the community with all the services needed.
... t plan it, it just had to happen to me.
And so it did. Four days into my Latin American dream Lorena Viale and Miguel Olivencia surprised me with a visa and a ticket to Cuba. The rest, as they say, was ecstasy.
A friend asked me whether Cuba met my expectations. It's strange but I never had any expectations from Cuba; I always knew I would love it, no questions asked. I felt I knew those people; I ...