Travel Blogs from Havana
... can be turned into opportunities, and help us making nice encounters and wild-bathing in the luxury hostel pool that looks down on the city;
... on the street and sat lapped up the atmosphere of being in Plaza Vieja, one of Havana’s many delightful squares. We then returned to our casa and called it a night ahead of a 04:00 taxi ride to the airport. We have both thoroughly enjoyed our time in Cuba despite the obvious frustrations which come from travelling in a socialist country. While not learning as much about the country’s history as we may have ...
Finally, the Viazul came and I had a little snooze on the way to Havana. When I got there, everyone jumps on you to try and get you a place to stay or a taxi to your casa particular. I said no to everyone and just walked all the way to La Rampa, where I was staying.
I had my big bag of toys for kids in tow on a set of very small wheels. It got stuck on the crumbling sidewalks often. I had written the address to my casa down wrongly, ...
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... Cuba for locals needs special permission.
Our buses ran on time and were comfortable, outside of Havana many of the roads had no margins which slowed up everything, especially when you came up against tractors, bicycles,etc.
One was constantly reminded of the Revolution and its Heroes Fidel and brother Raul, Che Guevara, Camilo Cienfuegos, Antonio Maceo and Jose Marti.
Our biggest memory will be the Music and the Dancing, especially the ...