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If you are thirty year's old or older I think it's a good rule of thumb not to board any planes older than you. Well, I think we broke that rule when we flew on Cuba's national airline, Cubana, from Cancun to Havana! However, after a smooth take off and an uneventful flight, I thought that maybe the rickety tables and dirty, torn …
Yes. Cigars, rum and old cars.
Landing in the middle of an enormous and thunderous storm made for a dramatic entrance into Cuba!
Used to a sense of efficiency we were interested to see that it took an hour or more for our bags to arrive on the carousel. When we finally made it through immigration we were met with …
... of us really did anything too strenuous, which was a welcomed change. That night after my beautiful roof top massage we sat and watched the sun go down over Havana enjoying a bottle of wine sitting on our little balcony. We forged a plan to go to the famous Casa de Musica that night, because there was no way we were going to Cuba without doing at least one night of serious salsa dancing. So we grabbed a little dinner and made our way towards the Casa da Musica. We had been told it ...
... Cuban-American, who proceeded to tell us his life story over and over again, about how he'd left Cuba on a raft when he was 15. He also said "you know what I'm saying" after every breath, which was difficult to respond to when he hadn't actually said anything. Amy unfortunately suffered the most, and jokingly agreed to go get a tattoo with him the following week. Hannah managed to escape the drama, and randomly spoke German with a Cuban IT engineer most of ...
... for $80. Proper visas would have cost $240.
On the plane we were handed yet more forms to fill in – customs and immigration which are still with our passports today, I wonder if they’ll look at them on the way out? The moment you walk off the plane and into the baggage collection area at Havana airport you know you are in a state-run country. The number of officials in uniforms, albeit very short-skirted ones is ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Peregrino Havana
Julio is great and will put you in touch with everything you need to know about your stay in Havana and Cuba. The rooms have aircon and it's really well situated for Havana Vieja - easily the most interesting part of Havana.
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