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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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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 …
... of the menu reads: "One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well". Virginia Wolff. Ordered an 11 year old Santiago rum and seafood soup for entree (6CUC and 5CUC respectively). For main, fish stuffed with lobster and serrano ham (16CUC).
The soup was creamy and tasty - benefited from some some extra salt and pepper, but very good. A couple of prawns, scallops and clams in the shell, but some additional filling would have made all the difference - ...
... are just...hard. It is illegal to have internet in your home, unless you rent your room to tourists even at that it is heavily regulated and scrutinised. To use the internet in Varadero, we went to the communications building in town. A small office, with a security guard and huge queue as if it was some covert operation. It was as slow as dial up and very expensive! Tony tried to call home to sort out the bank card and was on hold twice for 4 minute before ...
... The town had a very eerie feel, there were nearly no shops or restaurants, just the odd table and chairs outside a house. We had our lunch in the back of a house, 2 little pizzas for under a dollar (by far the cheapest thing we've come across, so far we've found everything to be expensive-had one dinner in Havana that was about $75!!) The heavens opened and we were caught out, so we queued with all the ...
Yes we have arrived back and yes I am still updating the blog mostly so I don't forget everything. As I've discovered, only family and a couple of close friends have been reading the actual words so I dare say, it doesn't matter that it's late!
Anyway so the last entry was the departure from the Galapagos Islands. It's funny, already I've almost forgotten the ridiculously spoilt pesky NYC kids and all I remember was how close we ...