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Getting back to Cuba proper didn't fill me with a warm fuzzy feeling. Contempt is probably the closest adjective. Very convieniently the bus from Vara dropped us in town and not at the depot saving a hefty taxi fee. This also meant a few casa owners were on hand. I went with a woman who was only a few blocks away and dropped the price from $25 to $20. This is the closest to being in someones home I've been. The stairs up to my room are literally in the living room which is also ...
... tower, long abandoned, has been refurbished as the lesson center. It also boasts a small garden and two koi ponds, for those students interested in biology, or just looking for a little relaxation. The students of media arts have recently won a national movie-making competition sponsored by the British government. Other students are excelling in math and literature, having come out victorious in the national academic tests. The community still remains at ...
... and celebrated a month of Cuban madness. At 4:15am I was picked up and headed to the airport for my stupid flight to cancun via Panama in the complete opposite direction. Cuba is a very strange place and so as I travelled from one side to another I wrote down a couple things i found most interesting. What I saw in Cuba. Internet and technology is why people stay inside - Cuba has virtually no internet and only very few people have enough money for a tv let alone a tv that can play an ...
... to a cafe for dinner around the corner from my apartment that was recommended by Elina. All the prices are in Cuban pesos, not convertible, so it was incredible how cheap the food was. They serve small six inch pizzas, so I had two of those and a drink, all for 1 CUC ($1). It wasn’t the best pizza I’ve ever had, but it was pretty for good for such little money.
I went to talk to Elina about trying to get a scuba diving ...
... we wanted to do a day trip to Vinales (small village up north) in a vintage car the following day so we arranged this with Paulo (casa owner). We all wanted to hire a car to see the rest of the country too so that was our mission today to get that sorted for Monday.
We headed out and enquired in few rent a cars stores with no luck. All seemed to have no availability. We continued to wander around with a quick stop at a internet spot and also for a few midday ...
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