Hostal Convent Santa Brigida

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Havana

A travel blog entry by fourontour

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... last airport! And it is true what the guide books say - the female Immigration officers do wear fishnet stockings with their uniform! (And they are hot, literally and figuratively - PK) As the others have mentioned, it is hot and at times I have felt like I was melting. We visited a kids playground today which paled in comparison to what we are used to, and we had to pay to get in and then pay for some of the rides. Pete kept ...

Pass The Cigars

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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Cuba was a big deal for us while were in this part of the world. At some point soon I would expect that the long-standing dispute between Cuba and the U.S. will end, not with a bang but a whimper, and Americans will pour in here and, as they are prone to do, rearrange the furniture in a very dramatic way. Even the current presence of Canadians and Euro sun-seekers has resulted in carved out and somewhat surreal beach enclaves in Veradaro and Holguin.

Forget the beach. ...

Back in Havana: my personal summary on Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102

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All in all, as I have explained life in Cuba isn't easy for most people. Nonetheless most of them seemed very happy. A few CUCs in income, live music and dancing, all of it would make the people smile. There was rarely any shouting or angry faces in the street. Even the poorest people smiled a lot! To me it seemed like many of them were smiling about having made it this far in such a challenging environment...


A beautiful country

I was impressed by what ...

D17: Feliz Cumpleanos Jovani!

A travel blog entry by lasallelgu

... came out to give presents, nothing extravagant, but you could immediately sense how much each of them meant to him. He put on the chef's jacket his daughters gave him and just saw the pride and love swell in his face. It was the perfect wave of action that showed what the Cuban people have that many of us still do not. Regardless of how much Jovani’s salary was or how much his family had to ...

Farmers market, La Guarida, and JAZZ FEST!

A travel blog entry by davenpod

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... sup> International Havana Jazz Festival. Chuco Valdes, a festival founder and beloved jazz musician, was the main act. The music was so good I was moved to tears at one point.

A note about the festival. Nowhere on the web will you find the program and list of the bands and times and venues. We had searched everywhere prior to our arrival in Havana, to no avail. Once there, our guide said that maybe they would publish the program by Wednesday, the day before the ...

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