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... are because I have looked. I have seen one shoe store and one clothing boutique. The parks, such as they are, are well tended but empty of local people.
Today, we have a late breakfast on the hotel’s second floor and are just in time for a 9:20 lecture by Dr. Maritza Corrales. She speaks of Jewish history in Cuba and takes questions from our group. Later, we board the bus for a trip to the Cuban Fine Arts Museum. I am taken by ...
... room, sat there for a half hour, and then got moved back onto the same plane. They never checked our passports or anything, so it was a bit strange.
We got on the plan and then took off for Havana. It was only an hour flight so we didn’t get as high as we would normally fly. We hit a little bit of turbulence and at one point did that thing where the whole plane drops for a second and your stomach is in your throat. Maybe it’s just ...
... a tobacco farm, enjoyed the local carnival and took the ferry across to the island Cayp Levisa, part of the Archiplage Los Colorados for a day lazing on the white sandy beach. It was interesting to nite that our Cuban guide had to get written approval from the authorities to accompany us to the island as they are not free to travel... Finally we returned to Havana to enjoy a ride in a 1950s American car, some more lobster and salsa bands and dancers before returning home safe and ...
... a feeling that might be a good thing in the future.
I've been wondering all this time whether the pilots get paid more than the stewardesses on this Cuba, government-owned airline. The immigration officers less than their boss? Why should they try? Listen? Do you choose your job based on more strong will and passion than for money?
Anyways, we get to the baggage claim where the saran-wrapped boxes of supplies such as ...
... porter's trolley and explain the urgency to get to domestic check-in - off we go again at the run. Get to the check-in which is deserted but still open - hooray. Then the final problem - this airline only allows 30 kg for the pair of us and we are now up to 74 kg, with a 4th bag, books on each country, rum and cigars. No option pay US$ 500, do not pass GO and do not collect GBP 200 as they say in Monopoly, and we are finally checked in and on our way to our final destination - Mexico City. ...
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