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... 8217;t have to worry about how I was going to survive the next three days on 21 CUC. I was also then free to explore the idea of scuba diving a little more. Unfortunately, the tourist information desk at the hotel had NO information on it, so I’m going to have to hope that I can go tomorrow when I show up at the Hotel Copacabana.
I walked down the Malecon for a while and found a decent little restaurant to ...
... with members of a local dominoes league. Dominoes is Cuba's second favorite game, after baseball, and a very common way for Cubans to get together to socialize. But it is played a little differently here than it is in the US. First of all, it is often played by cooperative partnership, in the same way that Bridge is played. Also, the tiles used in most parts of Cuba have a maximum of nine ...
... Saturday we went on a huge walking tour down the Malecon and through the not-so-touristy parts of towns which was thoroughly enjoyable as we felt we experienced the local vibe of Havana and saw the typical markets, street vendors, restaurants and bars.
Sunday we got up early and caught a bus to Trinidad on the opposite, southern-end of the country. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trinidad has a completely different ambiance to Havana. Delightful cobblestone streets wind their ...
... huge gap between the rich and poor. As a doctor you will earn around 30 euros a month, but bartenders working in bars can earn many multiples of that because of tipping. I have seen many people that used Cuba's free education to learn for a profession, but nowadays started a business in tourism.
Through the incomes of tourism, life standards have been increasing after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989 started a massive crisis. It does ...
... br> There were many memorable folks whom we met: the Cuban crooner who sang with his elderly buddies as we sipped Cristal beer in the Plaza de San Francisco; our driver, a hard-working and dedicated dad who had the same types of family-rearing worries we have in the states; and the tobacco farmer near a roadside tourist pit stop who shared his knowledge about growing the plant and transforming them into cigars.
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