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... time and headed to the Mezzanine Lounge. Booked a tour next Monday on local Cuban religion. It cost $38 and only goes for two hours, but as I can’t find the Havana Ghost Tour anywhere this sounds like an interesting substitute.
Left the hotel a little before 7, asking one of the guys at the Concierge desk for a restaurant recommendation. He suggested a place about 5 minutes walk away at the top of Aguacate called Chef Ivan Justo. After marking the location on the ...
June 14, Sat:
The first thing we did this morning was to join the whole group in the new section of the hotel's ...
... and crumbling. Hardly any shops are labelled, people are standing outside shops and you have to guess what they're selling. Though the buildings are crumbling, everything is still so colourful, music is being played around the city and everyone seems friendly. The cars in the streets are amazing. 1950's American cars from all qualities, nearly dead to all done up are driving around the streets mostly as taxis. There was a ...
... foreigners, she made sure I immediately went to the taxi and told the driver where I had to go in Havana.
Fortunately I checked with the driver if he could give me change for the 50 CUC notes that I had, because he couldn’t and wanted to increase the fare from 25 to 30 CUC instead. Not with me! So I told the Mrs. Special Agent that I had to get smaller change, and she took me immediately to the currency exchange counter. When the lady working there said she could not ...
Every person we met was friendly, courteous, and strikingly giving, even though most have so little. We experienced relatives and old family friends whose meager living standard does not create a sense of bitterness or despair. Maybe it's from doing it for so long. Or maybe it’s that discontent (especially toward the government) can get you in trouble. Or maybe it’s the joie de vivre that defines the Cuban ...