Casa Jorge Coalla Potts
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- Free parking
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... that doesn't have some catchy tunes playing in the background. Everyone says that Cuba is like stepping back in time and that it will take time to adjust, these people could not be more correct... It is almost impossible to explain what it's like here, it is just unique. It didn't take long to learn about the notoriously good money hunters. As I strolled through the streets I felt as though to locals I looked like a moving dollar sign. The women of ...
... storing our bags at the bus station, we went in search of breakfast, eventually finding a nice place where we killed a couple of hours before wandering the streets of downtown Cancun on our way back to the bus station. We got a bus to the airport from there and a quick flight later we arrived in La Habana (Havana), Cuba. As we approached the immigration desks in the airport we were pulled over by an airport staff member and grilled on everything from our occupations to what ...
... bus to be greeted by a man in a shack selling piņa colada's for 1 CUC - I think we are going to like it here! We grabbed a drink and started talking to another couple and spent the rest of they day with them. We had lunch with added entertainment in the form of a 65 year old man drunkenly dancing around the restaurant and then hitting on some local girls. It was a fun day out but we both got a little burnt.
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... less and less british each dayand have not been scammed, besdies several attempts each day. So turns out yo hablo un poco habana!!!
Day 2 - THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED! but I will blog about it.... I visited the museum of the revolution which I really enjoyed. You walk up the steps and the first thing you read is that the bullet holes youve walked past were from an assination attempt on the dictator fulgencio batista! Loads of info in english about castro and ...
... of a current ration in Cuba is 6 lbs of rice per month per person.