Beltran de Santa Cruz Boutique Hotel Havana
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... two points off my faith in humanity. A lot of strong emotions at the moment. It must be the heat.
When I finally got up and out I grabbed a taxi to the bus terminal to book my way outta here. I was aiming to head east to the bay of pigs for some diving but am instead heading west to tabacco country. I expect this to be my only stop this side of havana, and from the furthest eastern edge of Cuba will be doing an overnighter back across the country so hitting this first is ...
... businesses until the house literally collapses. If a collapse occurs, the land reverts to the government, who clears the rubble to create a little green park. Bringing more greenery to Havana is another recent initiative of the government, since barely a blade of grass exists in the entire city.
Walking in between these restored buildings, it seems as if you are watching glorious old Cuba rise from its ashes and begin to glow. Stepping into a square filled ...
... getting a little rasta looking with my headband and twisties I was welcomed into the rasta family. Every cool looking rasta man now bumps his heart and bumps my knuckles to ask where I'm from and if I need weed. It's unconfirmed but I'm pretty sure I'm part of the cool group of cuba. Wednesday was a massive day for Cuba, on this day 17th of December 2014 the ban of Americans in Cuba was lifted and the revolution began. The country will not be the same ...
... was really busy, and it was really interesting to see that NO ONE was looking at their phone. I’m not even sure if they have mobile data here, but I literally didn’t see one person on their smartphone (if they even have those here). So everyone was having real conversations. I imagine it used to be like that before smartphones existed for me too, I can hardly remember those days though. I also saw a lot of people using pay phones, which I hardly ...
... even came with a observation tower / writing room with wonderful views of Havana off in the distance.
The next stop was a nearby farm for lunch and a look at how agriculture works in Cuba. Cuba relies a lot more on small farms than the US does. They grow labor-intensive cash crops, like sugarcane, on big government-owned farms. However, the government found that this model didn't work with ...
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