Posts tagged Cuba
Travel Guide: Havana

Just a short flight over from Miami is a country that is rich in culture and full of life. Vibrant, good vibes were felt all around as I explored Havana. The people were not only welcoming, but were so helpful and patience as we tried our best to communicate. Those four years of Spanish class in high school only got me by when it came to asking for where the bathroom was and to ensure that no cheese was included in my pasta. Hah.

This was a blogger trip, hosted by Acanela, so this travel guide may seem a bit skimpy as we did not get to truly explore Havana as how I typically travel. Therefore, I encourage you to take these ideas and add them onto whatever research you’ve already done.

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Heart Full from Havana: My Raw Thoughts & Unfiltered Shots

I had little to no expectations of Cuba, as I didn’t want to think of Cuba based off of other’s perceptions. I landed in a humid and hot country after a very uncomfortable overnight flight, but my mood was quickly lifted as I saw a driver waving a sign with mine and Layla’s name on it. He didn’t speak any English and Layla spoke a limited amount, so between the two of them, we figured out what our next steps were. He guided us to the currency exchange window before loading our things into his car.

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