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... in white dresses, white shoes and a white head scarf that I've seen seeing since I arrived. Apparently these are initiates of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion who have to wear only white for a year as part of their ritual purification.
After lunch we'd took a drive in one of the iconic Cuban classic cars. Ours was a 1956 yellow and white Ford Mustang. Sweet. Drove to Revolution Square and stopped for photo opportunities (those eagle-like birds I noticed flying around it ...
... uniforms, half-empty shelves with just basic staples.
The rest of our time in Havana was full of museums, salsa, mojitos, plenty of the Malecon, old forts and lots and lots of just walking around soaking up the beautiful-but-decaying and also the beautifully renovated architecture, the amazing atmosphere and watching the incredible people go about their everyday lives. I think the photos tell the story better than i can in words.
... decrepit buildings that were falling down. Hotel check-in was finally available after 5:00 PM. We are staying on the 6th floor which is the executive level and has a private reception area and breakfast room. We have a corner room, which is very spacious, much like the room Barbara and Mike had in 2012. We decided to pass on dinner since they weren't leaving until 7:30 PM. After enjoying the outside patio area, we relaxed in our ...
... at par with the USD and theoretically still is based on the government dictated exchange rate. Officially the US Dollar is not a welcomed currency in Cuba anymore, but still accepted. However, a 10% penalty commission applies when exchanging USD into CUC. What made me quite angry is that all cash withdrawals from ATMs are calculated in dollars, and thus also subject to the 10% penalty. Talking about ATMs: Due to continued sanctions by the United States (which exist since 1960), Cuba had ...
... was designed by an American and French engineer in 1901. The history and culture abounding through the streets of Havana is amazing, and I cannot wait until we see more tomorrow. Thank goodness we decided to arrive a couple of days before our tour started simply to give us this time to get our bearings and to be able to take the photos we wanted before we are put on a bus and whizzed through the streets like a whirlwind. Our Internet may be intermittent, so I will update whenever I ...