H10 Habana Panorama
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Exploring and sights included; revolucion square, musem of the revoloution, several plazas, Cathedral, vintage car city tour, Patagas cigar factory, beach promenade, Capitol building, La Floriditas bar where Hemmingway wrote at, Playa del Este beach (10km from Havana) and sampling the yummy food and amazing cocktails with Havana Rum!!! I think Cuba had the best cocktails I've ever had, particularly ...
... and fort across the harbour mouth. Local beer, Cristal (4.9%) is a nice drop, and cheap at $1.30NZD in a bar. Locals would pay about 20 cents. Haven't bought any from the offie yet. Am enjoying the heat. Boys still adapting to heat and culture shock. They are currently chilling in air con room, watching the Cartoon Network in Spanish. Lots of old American cars. Have seen at least five 'Christines' (Plymouth Furys). More old ...
... the people, the cities and Che/Castro. In doing so the subject became so real to me that I never really had the nerve or the audacity to plan a trip to Cuba; when should it be? how would it be? for how long? how long would be enough? would any amount of time be enough? it was one of those distant, yet exciting dreams, the kind of dream that motivates you, intrigues you, ignites something within you... thus like any dream, ...
... 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 ...
... we would only get 15 Cuban Pesos of the local currency, when the actual exchange rate is 24 Pesos for one CUC. So all the time we had to be carefull and still "lost" a lot of money to these rip-offs. Many Cubans involved in the tourism business don't seem to see any need to make people come back to their country. It's all about making money in the short-term. So a taxi ride of 1km in Havana could for instance be advertized to you for an astronomically 8 CUC (8 USD). WTF!