Travel Blogs from Havana
Cuban music will be the soundtrack to your every minute, sometimes even in bed. But you will lay there and smile…. Unless it is Guantanamera… it is played to death.
Walk, and when you are done walking walk again…. If you are too tired then get a rickshaw bike, that is cheaper than a cab. Every street is a stage, where …
... travelers, who we had met along the way, had talked very positive about it and strongly recommended us to go there.
Learning (too much) about the Revolution
After organizing some souvenirs, including a bottle of Havana Club Rum for my American host family, we went to the Museo de la revolucion in the former presidential palace. The exhibition was huge! It spread across three floors, containing a short exhibit on Cuba's pre-revolutionary period besides ...
... to smoke the cigar I’d been saving from Vinales. The last sunlight illuminated the old, crumbled buildings in a dull orange and the taste of mojitos, smell of cigars and sound of some street music was simply the best way to remember such a unique country. Beautiful and enchanting and at times infuriating. We’re glad to have seen it now for it feels it’s teetering on a precipice, about ready to plunge into the global community, and potentially changed forever.
... they just pretend to be local people, just because of the tourists and their tips. In my opinion the show wasn't impressive, it was easy trick to get some more tips from tourists. After the show we enjoyed lobster lunch. It was first time for me to eat lobster. First time do not lie, it was delicious.
After nice lunch we went to visit Bellamar caves. The cave was quite long and deep in the ground. Inside was ...
... nothing to share with them, then they asked us to buy sea stars, or Cuban cigars, rum, whatever what I want, but we told them, than we do not want anything and maybe later we will think about this. Well, these guys didn't look like thieves and been friendly, but probably the poor situation in family makes them to catch tourists and offer various stuff.
Today we stayed in a hotel territory, after the beach we went for the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Habana Havana
Awesome home stay. Safe, affordable and in the heart of Habana vieja... right where you want to be.
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