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... confronted the owners of the Casa about the locks not working, they denied everything, the mystery of the money continues, still all smiles and kisses, baffled why the lock isn't working, we leave, out for dinner, $10CUC for 2 course meal and 2 drinks, amazing Cuban band, Random German man, Rinnie, don't speaka zGerman, Veronica, Jessica, Floridiatta bar, Hemingway's famous 13 double shot Daiquiri, the best Daiquiri I've ever had, B stepped into a puddle, muddy foot, cleaned ...
... upstairs. Cubans are tenacious and they help each other out. It's not uncommon for people to share meals, lend money or babysit for each other if the other is in need. She was just hustling. Trying to make a little something on the side, most of the hotels in Cuba are owned by the government so staying in a casa particular helps give directly to people. Everyone registers as a casa particular, but they have special receipt books that have to be immaculate and any mistake ...
... in Havana, the three of us still jumped a mile during dessert because of El Cañonazo. At 9pm every evening, a ceremonial firing of the canons occurs across the bay at the Fort of San Carlos de la Cabaña to commemorate the closing of Havana's city gates that occurred every evening in colonial times. To enhance the experience, the lights go out in all of Old Havana and there is complete silence—except, of course, for the canons.
... I argue with him we had an agreement im only aying 3 cucs, and I wn the battle! Yes... Point for stu! He then offers to take me to the airport for 10 cucs less than with another driver iv arranged...second point for stu.... Maybe just maybe... Yo puedo hablar habana!
And thats it... That was my 28 days in cuba, some parts were amazing other parts a little intense and interesting. The jineteros definitely put a downer on the trip, ...
... each surprising discovery I felt sure that behind my back another had gone by unnoticed. I was a dog chasing my own tail in a world away from the world as I knew it.
Over the past three weeks I have been lucky enough to explore Cuba. I have found myself consistently surprised. With a history as rich as Cuba's it's no wonder. Yet nearing the three week mark I began to somehow normalise what was before me. Painting over it all with my ...
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