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... br> Exploring the city, our first destinations were the numerous Che monuments. First we visited the monument commemorating the train attack which was alright, except for the one CUC entrance fee per person to look into the train's waggons, where nothing really interesting was on display. But oh well.
Walking to the biggest Che memorial, we came across a street that contained a wall with several more or less funny comic ...
... seen 20 of them side by side. A truck stopped outside the bus station. Immediately there was a rush of people from the station and into the truck. It gave me the feeling I was missing out on something. I think that people were waiting for the bus but opted to take the truck since it was there and probably cheaper. I had no idea where the truck was going and didn't have enough Spanish to find out. Once in the bus I saw a scene that was typical of ...
... about anything - they are simply vehicles for promoting the current government's agenda.
I noticed on the highway the essentially organized hitch-hiking system that stands in as a main form of public transportation to supplement the few buses that are in various states of repair. I felt quite guilty as we sped along in our air conditioned mini bus while Cubans were waiting for rides outside in the stifling heat. Our ...
... I have no idea how anyone could wash there hair in this shower and I could barely wash the soap off my body. After we all had a “slap in the face” shower we went for a walk through the plaza to see if we could find a phone to call our families since there was no internet available anywhere. The one place that we needed to make international calls was actually closed because it was Christmas day. We were ...
... a 4 hour trip ahead of us with no food in our tummies (The morning was such a rush, we skipped breakfast).
We made a stop, so that people could get some change to pay the cab driver. While there we got to witness a couple of kids playing a game, where they would tie a money note to a piece of fishing line, then they would go and hide in the bush and wait for someone to bend down and snatch it up so that in turn they could snatch there bag / ...
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