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I had a pretty bad night’s sleep, due to the ridiculous heat and humidity, but I guess that’s what I should expect when I come to Cuba in the middle of the summer. Not my smartest move. I got up around 8am and tried to find a towel so I could take a shower. I then had to try to find a shower that actually had a door on that room, because the only one I was shown was by the kitchen and there was no door. I had to wait for the old lady to get ...
... by Cuban artists from 1959 onward. It was, of course, filled with beautiful and thought provoking works of art. It was also a excellent example of the Cuban government's struggle to forge a relationship with its art community. As we walk ed through the gallery, we could government policy evolving in front of us. We started in the 60's, when the Cuban government suppressed any artwork that dint discuss the ...
... but we understand many now have Japanese or French engines and gear boxes. You see them in all sorts of shapes sizes and colours and very many are now operating as taxis for the tourist.
The city tour showed that more than tender loving care [TLC] was needed for most buildings and full restoration was needed. Some of this work is now being funded by central government, UNESCO and other countries, but there are many many years of work to be done.
Our guide for the afternoon was ...
... and we barely speak the language. Taken as a whole, it was intimidating.
In Cuba you have 2 options on places to stay. Tourist hotels/resorts or in 'Casa Particulares'. Casa particulares are rooms that the locals rent out for extra money and there are so types, legal and illegal. If you know us, you know we don't take the easy road. No swanky hotels for us. We're staying with the locals. The first Casa we went to was full but, as is the way in Cuba, they ...
... board the bus for the last 90 minute journey back to Havana. Our flight was scheduled to leave at 3pm, so we had to leave almost immediately by cab to the airport. After bidding everyone goodbye and taking two others in our cab, we left the city.
There was a lot of information that we gained whilst in Cuba. most importantly, the politics is very much in the forefront, and I am not going to write a political essay here. All I will say is that no matter where you go in the ...
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