Villa Los Pinos
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... very excited. After deciding to arrive at the airport a few hours early incase of some possible travel mistakes I was sitting at my gate with what I thought was a rough 2 hour wait when an announcement said my flight was commencing boarding shortly.. My sneaky watch decided to forget about turning for an hour and that it was actually a lot later than I thought. Classic watch gag... If you're reading this Mr.Watch, you got me good. A couple of ...
... of the two cultures.
These, then, are the real people of Cuba. The young and the old, the workers and the beggars, the singers and the children. All representing a country at the cross-roads of its life, yearning with hope and optimism for a prosperous new future, yet defiantly proud of their independent and glorious but complex past. A generous and welcoming people
... canvas in front of us, very cool. We did a tour of the the Havana Club factory and had a taste of the rum before getting to the last two stops on our tour. Ernest Hemingway was quoted to say 'My mojito in La Bodeguita, my daiquiri in El Floridita' so we did just that.
We thought Cuba would be cheaper that what it was - don't get me wrong, it is still cheap - but the odd thing about Cuba is they have a dual economy. The ...
... buying the round again. I get a photo with apparently my new cuban dad, check it out sipping some cuban cocktail I cant remember the name. This round was 9cucs, but I laugh it over, he tries to order another round I say no, then he tells me about he needs milk for his kids, I had read this is a popular scam and the state provides milk, I say this and denies it, i say goodbye and hasta luego to mi nuevo padre, pedro.
A little on the dual currencies, most stuff you ...
... central city.