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Left Bogota early for our flight to Havana. Another crazy taxi ride, one thing we will not miss from Colombia, but otherwise have enjoyed the country a lot. After a 3 hour trip we arrived in Havana. A pretty basic airport and just to put your mind at rest that it is dysfunctional we waited for our luggage at the carousel as indicated, only for it to be on another! Left the airport an hour and half after landing. Got a taxi to our 'splash-out' hotel, Hotel Nacional. Within ...
... the people I accosted didn’t speak English, everyone was unfailingly helpful and polite. A few people tried to tell me it was too far to walk (as it took me over two hours to make it back to the hotel they were probably right), but I was actually enjoying it - and eventually I made it having experienced a side of Havana that most tourists probably never see. It was hot, but not as oppressive as Cancun - maybe because there’s a consistent and substantial breeze most of ...
... anything derogatory about their country. This is the first 3rd world country we've seen where saying you're from the US generates no reaction. We usually said we were from Canada, which typically brought smiles. IIts also the first poor country we've seen where poverty is not a consequence of government, but the intent of it. In many ways, it's the saddest place we've ever been to. I imagine it's not as bad as Pol Pot's Cambodia (he ...
... 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 ...
... a tourist drowning at Cuban beach but what they don’t know of course is that:
1. The boys have been having swimming lessons every week for 10 years or thereabouts,
2. We live in Australia and know what a rip looks like and how to get out of it,
3. They were only waist deep in the water and
4. Most of the Cubans in the water really didn’t look like they could actually swim in a pool let alone the sea.
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