El Comendador Boutique Hotel Havana
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... basically a shot. Great service, music and food!! For lunches we had cheap sandwiches or pizzas that cost 50cents!!!
Theres so much history with Cuba and it has made us want to read more about it now having visited. The buildings have so much charachter and although alot are run down it still has a nice feel to it and the people were lovely too (although 'no gracias' began to sound like a broken record as we declined bicycle taxis about every ...
... fun. First of all they made fun of my pronunciation and 4 of them discussed where we actually wanted to go then as Aimara had said no more than 4 we countered their 7 cuc with 4. They laughed so we offered 3 to which they immediately said 20. Very funny except we had to walk off before one of them agreed to 4. Home to the door though so we were pleased we knew where we were going and could give such good directions - we really are old hands in Havana ...
Back in Havana for two days
From Vinales we took the Viazul bus back to Havana, which to our surprise took only little more than three hours. We were then lucky to find some fellow travelers to share a taxi with going to the city centre and to find out that my brother could share the taxi to the airport with them on the next day. Finally I was on the way to saving the money again that I had stupidly spent on the Cuba Libre drinking "doctor" on Cayo Levisa ;-).
... is inherent in the religion with colors playing a major role. The dancers represented Eleggua, the practical joker, wearing red and black; Ochun, Goddess of love in yellow; Chango, God of thunder, lightening and virility in red and white; and Yemaya in blue and white representing motherhood. The music and dance was lively and they encouraged participation.
... real beauty. We spent hours walking the outskirts watching women with curlers in their hair hang washing outside their balcony windows, kids playing handball against the dusty pink walls, old men ferociously playing checkers and young men tinkering with the old cars to continue their running. The street life was another world, a completely incredible scene like out of a nostalgic movie that we had magically wandered into.
Back into the restored area, a walk down Calle ...
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