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Back in Havana: my personal summary on Cuba

A travel blog entry by steffen102

20

... me and kindly take me to their house in Upstate New York, since there are still no direct flights allowed between the USA and Cuba due to continued sanctions from the United States. Following my old tradition, it's now time for my personal summary on Cuba. Here we go...


My personal summary: it's been a great time in Cuba with my brother

The first thing I have to say: It was great to see my brother again after ten months and to spent my time in Cuba with him. ...

Cuba

A travel blog entry by andysprout

2

Friday - Cuba Up for brekkie and adios to Trapp Family Hotel and Monica who was there for us when we had dinner last night when we chatted (her english was excellent) and for breakfast. For the price it was excellent, like a country house. There was us and what sounded like two Australians sharing the whole hotel. We get the free hotel shuttle to the airport, board our flight and ...

Guanabacoa

A travel blog entry by nanseaj

16

... woman. The setting, the building and the food were indeed divine. The food was delicious and the wine the best yet. Being Sunday it was very busy with locals and after lunch we toured the organic farm adjacent to the restaurant. Seven people work the farm and supply all of the produce for the restaurant.















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Buena Vista

A travel blog entry by muzbec

4

... way of getting about. Victor provided us with some Cuban Pesos to which 20 for the two of us was the fare to pretty much anywhere in town (less then 80c). Zoe and Victor proceed to walk us down and around the corner to Infanta Calle. The main road that led to down town Vedado where the Mafia once ruled and filled with restaurants, nightlife and hotels. The next thing we new, Victor was on the road with his arm out flagging down an approaching Almendrons. Roaring up right it front of us ...

Havana good time!

A travel blog entry by amy_michael

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... t really allowed to use either (in reality anyone can try and use any format). 1 cuc equals around 25 pesos, meaning if something costs $1 we'd pay in cucs, locals in pesos, hence itīs 25 times more expensive for visitors. Someone, somewhere must have worked out that on average the world if 25 times richer than you average Cuban. This can have interesting consequences, for example, a taxi driver was desperate to kick out a local woman and take our ...

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