Okay, it's Ian by the way. I'm sitting in an apartment in New York on 3rd April and it's late but Suzy really wants me to write up a little something about Cuba, so here goes. I apologise for the fact that it's pretty brief but I'm REALLY tired! > Most people we met in Cuba would like to see some changes and quite a few felt that if the US administration allowed Americans to visit as tourists and stopped the embargo then the economy would be greatly improved ...
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For the last two nights we have been back in Havana staying with Luis and Fefita who we stayed with when we first arrived in Cuba. They are truly the most lovely people we have met on our travels and have made us feel like family. Luis was always smiling and joking with us and kept calling us his "ninos" and Fefita would always greet us with a huge smile, hug and a cry of "Chicos!". We were actually quite sad to leave them today. Yesterday we...
We arrived in Havana two days ago after a rather uncomfortable flight from Cancun. We boarded a plane that looked like it was a Russian reject from the 60s. I would not have been surprised to find that the door was held in place with duct tape, and the seats were so tiny that I felt like I had knee imprints on my back from the guy behind me! After much clunking, whirring and shaking we finally arrived in Havana. Everything during our two weeks in Cuba was tota...
Hi all Sorry for the long silence. We have arrived safely in Cuba and are having a fantastic time. Unfortunately communism and internet access don't mix. It is almost non-existent and when it does appear it costs a bomb!! So I am afraid there won't be any photos or blogs here until we can find somewhere that doesn't cost twice as much as dinner for two! Sorry guys, be in touch as soon as we can :o)