Villa Haydee Guzman Chiroles
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... access at home is still illegal. As Jésus said, “the six-year-old daughter of my German friend is on the internet all the time; I’m an engineer and I can’t use it.” Aside from the problem of how to afford the infrastructure and the limitations of the ongoing US embargo, the Cuban government is evidently afraid of what internet access will unleash. (A Wikipedia article notes that “Cuba has been listed as an "Internet Enemy" ...
... to give a reference, a skewed reference as anything you can buy in cuban pesos is pretty cheap, example a burger juice and helado this afternoon cost me 23 pesos, and there about 25 pesos to a cuc. I asked yarobi about the system of when you pay in cuc or pesos, he doesnt think there is one. The pattern iv observed is if your in a touristy area, which viñales is tourist will pay for most things in cuc, apart from peso pizza style snacks from a wall ...
... they only sold onions at one stop) we start chugging up the hill to Vinales. The china bus is on its last legs. Driver dumps it on the side of the street just 200 meters short of the main square where the home stay people wait for the bus. A welcome sign with our name on it, we follow to a great house where we have our own locking room and bathroom, in a street of similar accommodations. We struggle through our spanish and explain about ...
... printed coupon type pieces of paper that had pencil scribble in the appropriate boxes indicating stuff like time, date and destination. The total amount we paid for them was rung up on one of those big grey beasts of a cashier machine with the white numbers on black backing and the type-writer style keys. Once purchased we moved over to a stern looking woman on a desk who took the details of the tickets and transposed them onto a list attached to a clipboard. She then took a ...
... in the light of day.
Going into a couple of different casa’s along the main street to ask prices per night, we stumble past an elderly man strolling along with his grandson. The man confirms through broken Spanish that we’re looking for somewhere to stay (What gave it away- the 15kg back packs?) & offers to take us to his friends casa. We quickly agree just wanting to settle in for the night & follow him down the road to a couple ...