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... we boarded our coach for a short drive to Revolution Square, where Castro used to deliver seven hour speeches, for a description about the lives of Jews as the government fell to Castro’s rebels in the sixties. Later, we visited a local market. Half of it is a more traditional farmers’ market with growers selling their product (vegetables, fruits, meat and more) where much was on offer adjacent to a government owned ...
... ripping gringos off. The first thing I noticed about Cuba was the people. What does a Cuban look like? Shaquille O'Neal? MacCaulay Caulkin? Enrique Iglesias? I think any of these would be a suitable comparison. Never in my life have I seen such a variety of different looking people in one country, it is totally bizarre, which totally suits Cuba itself. There is also something else you notice straight away about Cuban people. And that's their looks, geezez! I was ...
... and told us (what I did not know) that the United States supplies significant amounts of food and medicine to Cuba despite the 'trade embargo'. Another $5 billion worth,1/4 of the Cuban GDP, of goods and services is furnished Cubans by the Cuban-American community world-wide. So much for trading with the enemy.
Ernest Hemingway wrote his masterpiece, the Old Man and the Sea in 1952. It won the Pulitzer in 1953 and helped earn Hemingway a Nobel prize ...
... I could do. 'STREETS, SQUAERES AND MUSIC' Music, music here is everewhere. Everebody can sing and dance. Elderlies, youths and kids - all together, playing guitars, hanging around, sharing reality, reality that even with biggest effort they won't change. But somehow they all seem happy. But is it true ? Is it possible being happy having so little ? In a normal shop you can't get much more than rice, beans, oil and ...
... for $80. Proper visas would have cost $240.
On the plane we were handed yet more forms to fill in – customs and immigration which are still with our passports today, I wonder if they’ll look at them on the way out? The moment you walk off the plane and into the baggage collection area at Havana airport you know you are in a state-run country. The number of officials in uniforms, albeit very short-skirted ones is ...
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