Money was, is and always will be something that we and Cubans look at differently. Maybe it´s because they don´t have money. Maybe because we work hard to have them. But money is something that will eventualy come up in the conversation. And it doesn´t matter if you´re just the visitor or if your SO … Continue reading 🇬🇧 The “money thing”
There´s something special about Cubans I must say. Special and not easy to deal with...their mentality. I think this is the result of all the communism stuff mixed with hot climate and latin temperament. After travelling to Cuba for 5 years and actively living with Cubans for 3, I decided to share some thoughts with … Continue reading 🇬🇧 Cuban mentality for beginners
This post like many actually was inspired by a Facebook group I'm in. It's an amazing support group full of people that are in the same situation I was few years ago. Some of these guys are already like me together with their love in their country, some (most of them) are still travelling back … Continue reading 🇬🇧 Why I don’t want my future kids to be raised in Cuba (at least as it is now)
And since the president has changed is this the end of Cuba as we know it?
Encouraged by all your messages I decided to prepare a post for you and answer the 5 questions that appear most in your messages. Please keep emailing me! And asking stuff. Your questions are the best inspiration for the new posts. So what do you want to know? 1.How to make a Cuban man fall … Continue reading 🇬🇧 Your top 5 questions and my 5 answers
I wrote so many things about how Cubans are using Yumas for different purposes. But I came into a conclusion it's not 100% fair. Because in this crazy world we'll find good and not that good people anywhere. So if we talk about how Cubans use foreigners, maybe it's time to say how foreigners may … Continue reading 🇬🇧 Are Cubans the only bad ones here?
Did you know that by dancing with Cuban in a local bar you can get him into trouble or jail...? Yep, it's call asedio al turismo (tourist harassment) and despite the fact it does not exist in the Penal Code in Cuba, it's taken very seriously. Too seriously I would say. Things have changed in … Continue reading 🇬🇧 Asedio al turismo