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... La Dama del Lago." Then, it’s back to the old city. The rest of the tour group heads for the upscale Café Del Oriente while BR and I opt instead for a more downscale lunch of paella ($15 each) and share an $18 bottle of wonderful Chilean Frontera Conchay Toro Sauvignon Blanc at a less posh establishment a block away. At Café Paella, our fellow diners dance while a trio serenades us. BR delights them and the wait staff by ...
... 8217;ve flown enough that those things don’t bother me, but it definitely bothered some other people on the plane. At one point everyone on the plane started screaming. It was straight out of a movie. We dropped for maybe two seconds and everyone started screaming and as soon as we leveled out, the cabin steward stuck his head out through the curtain and just shook his head in disgust. It was pretty funny to me.
The plane had a cool ...
Sometimes it doesn't matter how much you read, know or are told about a place. You can arrive with an idea or an understanding about a destination and it can turn out exactly as you thought it would be or on the other hand it can turn out to be a complete and utter mind blowing surprise. Completely beyond your imagination!! The things I knew Cuba to be were there but all three of us we were In a complete shock bubble from the minute we got off the plane. How was this incredible country ...
... ware and small construction materials that we saw in the Cancun baggage chick-in area were placed ready to be distributed to family and friends. Families take supplies to their loved ones from abroad into Cuba because they are not available or too expensive in the country. For example, feminine products are incredibly expensive, and tampons are not to be found. Food is not a luxury and is brought over a lot. (I packed bottled water and food ...
My first thoughts of Havana city were, "oh my God, what have we gotten ourselves into". It is like someone took a majestic old city, crumpled it up and threw it away. I have no other way that I can think of to describe it. It reminded me of Dara salaam but worse. Great mansions stood crumbling and abandoned, holes in walls, rubble in the streets, people hanging out on the rubble and in darkened doorways. Old, busted and poor. We have no where ...