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... her office is comprised of 51 diplomatic personnel (whose non-professional travel around the country is strictly regulated by the Cuban government) and 300 Cuban support staff. Their consular section is by far their busiest, but, in addition, among other things, the office provides free internet to Cubans and assistance to US students studying in Cuba. Ms.Roche emphasized (what I knew already) that US-Cuban relations are governed by emotions and memory rather than ...
... i had that taken! Dee's already gone through the electrically locked door. Scary moments thinking what happens if i dont. stuck either side of immigration. The couple in front of us, had that dilemma, but we saw them on the other side, so happy endings. even after an hour waiting, we now wait for the luggage. more security searches and we're free...to queue for money. 2 long lines for changing your notes to CUC's as described on the internet. Shorter ...
... of this. There were unique trinkets, hand crafted cigar boxes, and exquisite art. This time around we were also able to look a little deeper into things we may have missed the first time around. Some of us noticed the various types of vendors’ and their unique personalities while others were able to have a deeper appreciation for the art being sold. It was a ...
... as he stood there, thin and frail with Ofelia’s yellow apron, wooden spoon in hand.
This is Eriel, I will miss him.
As I spend most of my time here alone I really do appreciate the rare occasions when I do get some good company. This was the case of one day last weekend which I spent with Javier – a man I’d met briefly through Rodolfo a couple of days earlier. Javier is from Madrid and works as a security guard for the ...
... s just a huge club for mostly-naked women and Latin men. There was a line of prostitutes at the bar.
After some time on the dance floor, we decided to call it a night. Jumped in a cab and when I mentioned we were hungry, our driver turned us around and took us for pizza in Habana's tiny Chinatown. We sat outside and shoveled the equivalent of a 7-11 microwave pizza down and made more friends. A set of men came in and after a ...
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