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... Cuban music including the one I stopped at for a 3 CUC Cuba Libre - La Lluvia de Oro. Average cocktail (tasted like my rum and cokes back in the room, which effectively it is I suppose) but a good band - not as showy or technically proficient as the Buena Vista Social Club last night, but great heart. And no amps - completely unplugged.
One thing about Cuba I don't particularly like - you can still smoke in bars and restaurants here, including of course cigars. Found ...
... We spent 3 nights here and every night the main square in town was a-buzz with lively activity and of course salsa dancing up the whazzoo! It was funny to watch the local men (who could dance up a storm) come swopping in on all of the single tourist ladies and take them for a spin! It was such a great vibe sitting around here listening to live music, attempting our salsa dancing (thank goodness for our 2 pre wedding dance lessons), and drinking $1.50 mojitos!
We spent ...
... flamboyant women from the get-go. Not here, not yet – the airport is the workman’s world and the machines and men who run it are showing wear. Alfonso escorted us to his 1975 Soviet-made Lana. It was, by the little that I could see on the outside, what a New Yorker would call "a piece of work". We climbed in anyway.
I got in the back seat and Miguel wedged into the front passenger seat. The inside of the doors were missing, ...
... up top end of the street and into La Floradita, Hemingways hang out and cradle of the Dauquiri.
Slept well again. Straight to desk at 8.15. Confirmed the hotel is already paid for - big result. Managed to buy internet cards , another result. Got an hours worth for 6 cuc.
Walked down Osbispo again, but to the port, where we see a russian military ship harbouring to join one thats there already.Lots of police presence keeping the onlookers ...
... what others create, and to them it’s natural to do so.
In Cuba innovation arises from just trying to make do. I’m not sure if it’s really innovation or resourcefulness, but all around there were examples of both. The 1948 Buick we rode in was held together and ran thanks to modern parts adapted to fit and function in this old car. (When I return I plan to look under the hoods of some of these ...