H10 Habana Panorama
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... that it was in English on the back. My Cuban neighbor with his man purse was amused. We'd land in less than an hour.
Soon enough we were over the infamous island. I could see the rolling green humps of Vinales from my window seat, crop fields of sugar or tobacco, and the ocean all around. There were random rainstorms surrounding us, but Havana was in a giant sunbeam.
When I go on road trips, I see them in segments. From Denver ...
... very friendly and helpful. How is it now ? How will I experience the place now that I am a young adult and not a young teen anymore, now that I am traveling on my own as a backpacker ?
Before going on this trip I was like : ooo, I really have to go back to Cuba. While I was traveling around Peru and Bolivia I wasn't so sure anymore. Why not visit a new country ? There are so many amazing places to see. But then when I left Bonaire to flight to Cuba I was ...
... was a bit weary on the outside, inside it was a beauty from another time; dark woods, large tiled floors, historic art and decorations. As it had been a more upscale neighbourhood the houses had front lawns and ours had a nicely shaded patio that ran along the front of the house. Diana showed us to our room where we unpacked and relaxed for a bit. Even in the suburbs you can hear the old cars roaring, kids screaming and dogs barking all the time. We were glad we chose to stay a ...
... fact and in such a huge agglomeration. But it´s also part of the reason Cuba was so enchanting and absorbing to me. Part of the strength of the culture there is due to how isolated Cubans are from the rest of the world (the vast majority of Cubans have never used the Internet as we know it) and the fact that their day-to-day manner of relating (even among educated professionals) has yet to be really affected by the information technology revolution. Most ...
... we were there. So after looking around confused, yelling in the hope we might wake someone useful up and a lot of gibberish spanish from the taxi driver (perhaps I should of taken some Spanish classes) I gave up and asked to be taking to a Hotel for the night. The cabby tried to explain to me the Hotels were very expensive and he would find a place for us to stay.
After knocking on the door of a few cases and no answer I was nearly ready ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility