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... mainly thought about the uncertain future that lay ahead. It was all very chillaxed. in true Cuban style it was of course ruined when the bill came and the price of drinks had gone up from $2 to $3. "Perhaps the second glass was bigger." I just paid up not wanting to spoil my tranquilo mood, but it did little good and I still headed back to the casa wanting to beat someone to a bloody pulp. To keep punching till you're just hitting pavement. I ******* hate Cuba. ...
... stricken, and the children doing poorly in school. A group of artists from the community threw their hands up, having seen enough trouble. They decided to clean the neighborhood up, and create a communal space for children (and adults) to take lessons in music, singing, dancing, media arts, craft-making and more.
Now, skip ahead several years. Today the trash is gone. Glittering mosaics and statues made by Muraleando students dot the roadsides. An ...
... them you are travelling there. I was now stuck with 4 nights left, 20c to my name and no way to call the bank in Australia. Luckily Tom was around to lend me enough money until I met him again in Mexico. Note to travelx - your moto of "worldwide money" is stupid. Afew days of hanging out in Havana on a tight budget and my Cuban trip was just about finished. On my last night in town Tom and I sipped on rum and cola in glasses made from a fancy plastic water bottle down at the ...
... and immigration windows. I wasn't questioned by the roving non-uniformed customs reps, but everyone around me seemed a little on edge. Once through and reunited with my bag, a friendly cabbie was soon at my elbow and we were off into the city in a rather shiny Skoda. I have wanted to visit Cuba for a number of years and was keen to see the country before it seemingly inevitably succumbs to capitalism and the US brands and hoards descend. I'd booked my hotel for the ...
... doing a bit better, primarily because of the big sums of money brought into the country by the large number of tourists visiting Cuba. For Canadians it Cuba is only three to four hours away and a favorite holiday destination. Germans also travel to Cuba in large numbers (but to which place in the world do they not travel in large numbers?)
My first impressions of Cuba
Certain things are obvious characteristics of Cuba, such as the large number of old cars and ...
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