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... of ourselves with the Gentleman of Paris, finally ending up in Plaza Vieja. We paid 2CUC each to get into the camera obscura at the top of a big old yellow and white building in one corner of the square. This has one of the devices invented by da Vinci installed in a periscope in the roof which projects a real time image of Havana onto a concave dish that we all stood around. The lady providing the commentary rotated the periscope as she spoke providing us with a 360 degree display ...
... world go by on a barmy summer evening. It's also worth noting that despite the constant hassle from the jineteros (and anyone else who thinks you might be a gateway to a quick buck) Cuba feels incredibly safe - not once in our whole time there did we feel threatened, and I spent most of my time with my Canon DSLR hanging round my neck - of course, this is perhaps more down to the harsh penalties for committing crimes against tourists than Fidel Castro creating ...
... subsidized by the State and that trained professionals to teach art appreciation and the recognition of talent. All students had art training but the talented went on to specialized schools throughout the island. They didn't stop the program during the crisis in the 1990's.
2. Freedom of Expression in the Arts. (This may be true in most areas, but not in writing.)
Afterwards we went to Bar Bohemia, a palador for lunch. Carlos, one of the dancers joined ...
... habit of having tattoos and brightly colored, long nails. The high volume with which people spoke and the general noise and busyness in the streets reminded me of my time in Madrid, Spain. Maybe it is the Spanish language, but every conversation seemed to be much louder than what I was used to. Seeing all these people, I had a very hard time trying to estimate the age of people. They either appeared to me as being very old or very young, but seldom in between.
... by Cuban Americans wanting to visit family and reinstated specially licensed “cultural exchange” visits by US citizens.
There are some six daily “charter” flights from Miami to Havana, although most are operated by American Airlines and are indistinguishable from any other American Airlines flight. Indistinguishable that is except for the crazy price - $450 roundtrip for a distance of 100 miles and the crazy luggage. Most of the passengers are ...
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