Hotel Moka las Terrazas
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... year with special government visas (like our People to People visa!). According to a study by the U.S. International Trade Commission, in the first year the embargo is lifted, between 171,000 and 1.1 million Americans will travel to Cuba. Following the first year, there will be an annual increase of 226,000 to 352,000 tourists. Professor Mario asked us to consider the number of Cuban professionals who would become “mojito-makers ...
... to practice maneuvering an unfamiliarly heavy bike, but the streets got wider, the trees leafier, and Dan reported from behind me, “I like this!” A little later, “I feel good!” I was feeling a bit stressed with the traffic and navigation, but he was in explorer’s mode and loving it.
I had planned for us to stop the first day after about 30 km at around Playa Baracoa, a seaside village, but it was only around noon, and the village ...
... the Americans back in '61!
We found a sign and were 500 metres up a very, very steep lane before we thought that it might be wise to get a key from reception first. This relieved the taxi driver as his car wasn't going to last much longer up that slope. It was quicker going down and, as is common in those parts, he turned the engine off to save petrol.
Although we had called ahead to say we were going to be ...
Avui hem fet molts kilòmetres, potser uns 650 i sense parar pràcticament. Ja ens coneixem bé l'autopista. Ens ha parat un policia i quan ha vist el nostre carnet de conduir suís, s'ha posat a riure i ens ha dit que avui era el tercer cotxe que parava i que tots tres teniem carnet de conduir suís. Ens ha dit "disculpen las molestias y que tengan un buen viaje". Així haurien de ser tots els policies!
Arribem just a l'hora per tornar el cotxe i passem per llocs de La ...
Today, we went on a city tour. Here are my notes:
- The main theatre is called "Karl Marx"
- Many of the buildings built before the revolution were built by Americans.
- Under Raul Castro, Cubans can now employ themselves (as opposed to working for a nationalized company) if they pay an income tax. Many people now sell their crafts or old books on the side of the street.
- China helps Cuba build many things today, including the children's play park ...