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LA HABANA - 2003

AT THE AIRPORT, A LARGE AIRPLANE HAS BEEN TURNED INTO A RESTARAUNT

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LEE A. WOOD

I don't have a lot to tell you about La Habana. I: arrived; rode through the outskirts; returned; rode through again; and left.

A couple of days in La Habana had been on my itinerary but it took me so long to make my arrangements that they got scrapped.

My biggest mistake was believing that I would be able to arrange passage to and from Cuba in Cancun, Mexico when I can neither speak nor understand Espanola.

For a complete story of this little fiasco read my Cancun, Mexico report.

Suffice it to say that the people at the travel agency in Cancun were very helpful and eventually got me on the plane.

CUBAN AIRLINE AND AIRPORT
(Pic. Interior of plane.)
THE INTERIOR OF A YAK 52.
NOTE THE BILLOWING SMOKE, AS THE AIR CONDITIONING COMES ON


CUBANA AIRLINES
(Pic. of exterior of airport.)

On the flight they served a drink, Cuban rum of course, and a snack, a package of roasted almonds. Product of Quebec.

I never knew we grew almonds in Canada.

Arriving in La Habana, as in any other country, I had to go through customs.

Their methods were, however, slightly different from others. We stood in a line up, as per usual, but then we, individually, entered a non glass door.

Inside a small, about four foot square, room I spoke to a custom's agent through a glass window.

Through a hole beneath the window I passed my passport and hotel reservations. After being asked several questions I was handed back my paper work and told to proceed through the next door.

Outside the airport I was met by the bus, a fairly new Ford, fifteen passenger, van, which was to take me to Varadero, the town, not the suburb of La Habana. (That is important.)

From the airport the bus took me through the outskirts of the city and we followed a similar route on my return to the airport.

Consequently I saw little of the city and have little to tell.


FREEWAY NORTH TO LA HABANA


ALONG THE FREEWAY SOUTH OF LA HABANA

MANGO ORCHARD
(Pic. of freeway.)

(Pic. of town along the freeway.)
A COASTAL TOWN SOUTH OF LA HABANA

(Pic. of distillery near the freeway.)
A DISTILLERY FOR CUBA'S FAMOUS RUM

A CANADIAN PAPER MILL.
ACROSS THE FREEWAY FROM THE DISTILLERY

Approximately a couple hours South of La Habana the bus stopped at a little road side rest.

While we were there another van, which was also going to Varadero, stopped.


REST STOP SOUTH OF LA HABANA

(Rest stop on highway to Varadero.) (Interior of rest stop on highway to Varadero.)

As: the driver of the second van would be spending the night in Varadero; the driver of my van would have to return to La Habana that night; I was the only passenger on the first van; I agreed to join the passengers in the second van, allowing the driver of the first van to return to La Habana and enjoy a few extra hours with his family.

The second van had a tour guide who sat with us in the back and pointed out places of interest, even having the van stop if we wished to take pictures.

It was also this van and driver that brought me back to La Habana a few days later.

FREEWAY SOUTH THROUGH MANTANZAS

(Pic. of town along the freeway.)
MANTANZAS IS A DEEP WATER PORT

(View of valley and ocean.)
THESE TWO PICTURES WERE TAKEN,
(Looking North)

FROM THE HIGHEST BRIDGE IN CUBA
(Looking South)
(Oil pumps between freeway and ocean.)
ANY PERSON FROM NORTHERN B. C.
WOULD RECOGNIZE A PUMP JACK ON AN OIL WELL
CUBA HAS A LARGE OIL INDUSTRY

BURNING OIL TO GENERATE ELECTRICITY

La Habana has a magnificent airport, inside which, there is a bronze plaque commemorating the grand opening.

One of the names inscribed is that of our (Canada's) beloved Prime Minister, Jean Chretien.

While checking in at the airport I overheard the man at the next check in. He was checking in some long items he had wrapped and taped to his shoulder bag.

The man was from Florida and I met him later in the lounge area. He was worried about his check ins.

I met another man from Florida. He had flown to Cuba on the same plane with me.

On the plane I sat beside a Puerto Rican lady from Florida. She had gone to Cuba to get married but her fiancĂ didn't want to move to Florida and her work requires her to live in the US. Her fiancĂ expected her to commute, 3 or 4 times a year, to Cuba.

Needless to say my seating companion was not a happy camper.

Getting off the plane, in Cancun, I talked to the first man I had met from Florida. He had missed the bus to the plane and was one of the last people to board.

While waiting to board, security had called him down to the luggage area. They had wanted to see the inside the long wrapped package.

The package contained antique swords. The man dug into his bag to get his export papers and noticed that his cam corder was missing.

Security didn't believe that he had had one.

When he insisted, security played back the tape of all the baggage that had been checked in. The x ray showed the cam corder in his bag. Obviously the cam corder could only have been taken by airport staff after his bag had been checked in.

The man then had to fill out claim forms which was why he was late getting to the plane.

I have never heard since but I do hope he got his cam corder back.

NEW AIRPORT AT LA HABANA

(Airport in La Habana.)
THE NEW AIRPORT

(Airport in La Habana.)
DEDICATED BY
PRESIDENT, FIDEL CASTRO, OF CUBA AND,
PRIME MINISTER, JEAN CHRETIEN OF CANADA.

CONTINENTAL AIRLINES
(Airplane on runway.)
COPA AIRLINES

FROM THE AIRPORT TO THE PLANE BY BUS
(airplane on runway loading passengers.)
BOARDING AN AN24

INTERIOR OF THE AN24
NOTE THE SMOKE IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER,
FROSTY AIR AS THE AIR CONDITIONER COMES ON.

END

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    YVR (Vancouver International Airport) to SNU (Santa Clara International Airport)

    (Pic. Large statue of animals in a canoe.)

    At the Heart of the Airport THE JADE CANOE (The Spirit of Haida Gwaii)
    1994 by Bill Reid (cast bronze with green jade patina)

    Unlike my first trip to Cuba, in 2003, where I flew from Cancun Mexico on a Russian plane with seats that were designed for Mongolian Eskimos, to the city of La Havana, I flew, this time, from Vancouver Canada to Santa Clara Cuba on a Sunwings airplane with seats designed for five year olds.

    Having sworn, the last time, to never again fly on Cubana Airlines, I am now swearing to never again fly on Sunwings airlines no matter how good a price rate they offer me.

    Trying to squeeze an average size body, in fact I lost 70 pounds in the past 2 years, into a seat that is smaller than the car seat I have for my grandson is totally ......

    Sorry, words fail me.

    The a...h... that designs these planes should be forced to ride in them for 10 days straight.

    Despite the fact that the Sunwing salesman assured me there wasn't a long bus ride, that they had their own airport at Cayo and the plane wouldnt land at Santa Clara, it takes approximately two hours on a modern [Yutong (Chinese)] Greyhound style bus, to go from the airport (at Santa Clara) to the hotel.

    (Pic. of me in airport wearing my sunhat and shades.)
    BEAR - WAITING TO BOARD
    (Pic. of plane outside airport.)
    SUNWING AIRLINES
    (Pic. of mountain tops.)
    THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS SEEN FROM 38,000 FT.
    PROBABLY NEAR DENVER, COLORADO
    (Pic. of canals meeting ocean.)
    CANALS ENTER THE GULF OF MEXICO
    PROBABLY NEAR PILOTTOWN, LOUISIANA
    (Pic. of ocean meets shore.)
    GULF OF MEXICO MEETS ISLA DE CUBA
    (Pic. of canals meeting ocean.)
    (Pic. fields of Cuba.)
    DESCENDING OVER CUBA
    (Pic. of town in cuba.)
    (Pic. plane on apron.)
    SNU
    (Pic. of SNU.)

    Despite the fact that the Sunwing salesman assured me there wasn't a long bus ride, that they had their own airport at Cayo and the plane wouldn't land at Santa Clara, we had a pleasant, two hour, tour of some small towns, and a long causeway, to get to Cayo Santa Maria.

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    LA HABANA - 2018

    (Pic. Large statue of animals in a canoe.)

    CASA OSCAR (The tower on the left (Not the whole building - the three windows to the right, on the 17th floor)
    My room was the third window from the right


    CASA OSCAR consists of a licensed apartment in a 20 story tower.
    One bedroom is equipped with a bathroom.
    The unit has a separate entrance into the lobby of the floor.
    This is known as a Casa Particular.
    Basically it is a bed and breakfast but it has privacy.
    Rate: 30cuc per night.
    You go next door to the landlords room for breakfast.
    They were very accommodating and would serve desayuno (breakfast) at whatever hour you needed and would provide whatever foods you like.
    I arranged this room at the same time I reserved my bus ticket through the travel agent in the hotel in Cayo Santa Maria.
    Oscar (Pronounced Oh scar) met me at the bus drop and gave me a ride which was only a few blocks.
    He also offers a taxi service and a chiropractic service.
    Oscar doesn't have wifi but, he said, if you hang your iPad out the window you can get signal from a neighbour.
    You can get lots of signal but they all require a password.
    (Pic. of front of business card.)
    THIS IS THE VIEW FROM HIS WINDOW
    (Pic. of back of business card.)
    THE LOCATION OF HIS BUILDING
    (Pic. of bed in room.) (Pic. of flower shaped ceiling light.)
    LOOKS NICE BUT DOESN'T WORK
    (Pic. of bathroom interior.)
    JUST A LITTLE CRAMPED FOR A BIG GUY
    (Pic. of a plastic shower head.)
    NEW TO ME, THIS STYLE OF WATER HEATER

    The trick is to find the right pressure of water.

    Turning the water on too slow doesn't give you enough volume to wash.

    Turning it on too fast doesn't give the water time to heat.

    Also you have to avoid letting your hair touch the holes where the water comes out as the soap will conduct electricity and you will get a mild (tingly) shock in your scalp.

    Definitely a water and an electrical conservation system.

    From one extreme to another at the Starfish Hotel you had to open a tap slowly or the water pressure would spray the room.

    Here you have to milk the tap to get a drink.

    (Pic. of side view of showerhead and switches.)
    A BIT TOO LOW FOR ME
    (Pic. of buildings along the malacon.)
    ON THE FAR LEFT YOU CAN MAKE OUT THE LIGHTS OF MY BUILDING.

    When the bus arrived in La Habana it was dark.

    I was one of the last passenger to be dropped.

    We traveled throughout the city, and saw many sights.

    As it was after dark I didn't get any pictures.

    It was still early and I was hungry.

    I went for a walk along the Malecon looking for a place to eat.

    I saw several people fishing, and catching.

    One gentleman was; sitting on the wall, wearing a back pack, and using a cell phone.

    He was wearing a T shirt of Canada.

    However he said he wasn't from Canada, had never been there, and didn't speak English.

    The next day, while waking this stretch of seawall, a taxi stopped on the far side of the street,

    The driver got out of the cab and retrieved a watermelon from the back seat.

    He then waited for a break in traffic and made his way over to the malecon.

    Clambering up onto the wall he sat upon the top, his legs dangling above the sea.

    Holding the water melon in two out stretched palms he held it to his lips.

    After giving it a kiss he tossed it into the seas.

    Then he climbed down off the wall and hurried back to his cab.

    (Pic. highway along the malacon.)
    THE MALECON ON A WARM WINTER EVENING
    (Pic. of eatery.)
    MR.MANGO'S - OSCAR SAID IT WAS EXPENSIVE
    BUT I DIDN'T FIND IT THAT BAD AND THE FOOD WAS GOOD
    (Pic. modern furnished living room.)
    OSCAR'S LIVING ROOM
    (Pic. of fresh foods on a tall table.)
    DESAYUNO (BREAKFAST) WITH A VIEW
    (Pic. fresh foods on a tall table.)
    SLICES OF; CARROTS, MINI BANANAS, PINEAPPLE, PEANUTS, ONIONS, CUCUMBERS
    (Pic. of ocean, seawall, street, buildings.)
    THE ATLANTIC OCEAN - CALM
    (Pic. waves crashing against seawall.)
    THE ATLANTIC OCEAN - NOT CALM

    Click on the above picture to see a short video
    (Pic. of ocean, seawall, street, buildings.)
    (Pic. of ocean, seawall, street, devestated buildings.)
    THIS ENTIRE BLOCK IS A MEDICAL CENTER FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN
    HOWEVER IT IS CLOSED FOR REPAIR
    COURTESY OF HURRICANE IRMA
    (Pic. of streets and roofs of buildings.)
    LOOKING DOWN FROM MY ROOM
    (Pic. streets and roofs of buildings.) (Pic. of streets and roofs of buildings.)
    MY ROOM HAS THE SAME VIEW TO THE EAST AS OSCARS'S WINDOW
    (Pic. streets and roofs of buildings.) (Pic. of ocean and groyne covered with buildings.)
    LOOKING WEST FROM OSCAR'S FRONT ROOM
    OBVIOUSLY WHERE HE GOT THE PICTURE FOR HIS BUSINESS CARD
    (Pic. of a large cenetaph in park.)
    THE NEXT DAY I HIRED A TAXI
    OSCAR'S OF COURSE
    (Pic. of busses on a narrow street.)
    HE TOOK ME TO THE CRUISE SHIP TERMINALS
    (Pic. of large old buildings along both sides of street.)
    ON A REAL ROUNDABOUT, SIGHTSEEING TOUR
    (Pic. of cars, people, old buildings.)
    HE POINTED OUT MANY IMPORTANT BUILDINGS
    (Pic. people, cars, buildings.)
    AND THE MAKES AND YEARS OF MANY OLD CARS

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    PICTURES OF OLD CARS SEEN AROUND LA HABANA
    (Pic. of people, street, buildings.)
    HAVING ONCE BEEN A MECHANIC HE WAS WELL AWARE OF THESE
    (Pic. of street and tall dome top building.)
    THE `CAPITOLIO' OF CUBA
    (Pic. of street, palace like building.)
    (Pic. of street, building under repair.) (Pic. of freeway.)
    (Pic. of freeway down to water front.) (Pic. of horse pulling carriage full of tourists.)
    MANY TYPES OF TAXIS NEAR THE WATERFRONT
    (Pic. of large cruise liner entering port.)
    CRUISE SHIP M S BERLIN
    (Pic. of buildings and street along waterfront.)
    CRUISE SHIP HARBOUR AREA

    Oscar dropped me near the cruise ship terminals, and charged me 20cuc.

    I walked around the area for quite a while and finally found a stand selling churos.

    For 1/2 a cuc I received a paper envelope filled with short pieces of churo without salt or spices.

    I also found a travel agent, who couldn't help me.

    Then I found a security guard at the wharf who spoke English.

    I had gone there in hopes of getting a ticket on the Cuba Cruise.

    Cuba Cruise, when it first started, about 4 years ago, by a man from Calgary, Alberta circumnavigated Cuba, stopping at 4 different ports in Cuba and one in Jamaica.

    After a successful year it got bought out and changed its itinerary by dropping the one stop on the East coast and only travelling along the west coast.

    Now it has changed again and only makes one stop in Cuba, Cienfuegos, one stop in Jamaica, and only sails for 3 days.

    Where I was expecting it to leave on Friday, it now departs on Mondays.

    I got there on Wednesday but I wouldn't have taken it anyway for only 3 days and 2 ports.

    I was wanting, and expecting, 7 days and 5 ports.

    I expect the new owners tried to cut expenses by shortening the trip.

    They probably would have been more successful by increasing their advertising.

    Very few people in the travel industry new of the cruise and it is really hard to find on the internet.

    The area behind the ports is full of; tourists, old narrow streets, eateries, restaurants, historic buildings, and parks.

    (Pic. of narrow street and old buildings.) (Pic. of end of street with implanted cannons.)
    NOTE THE OLD CANNONS USED FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL
    (Pic. of plaza surounded by buildings.) (Pic. of an old restored building.)
    (Pic. of a pleasent park.) (Pic. of close up of statue in park.)
    (Pic. of old train engine in center of city square.) (Pic. of close up showing video camera aimed at tourists in the train.)
    HAVE A SHORT VIDEO TAKEN OF YOU RUNNING THE TRAIN
    (Pic. of a moat around a fort wall.)
    BACK AT THE WATER FRONT
    A FORT PROTECTS THE INNER HARBOUR
    A MOAT PROTECTS THE FORT
    (Pic. of a tourist posing before an old cannon.)
    SOMEHOW, I THINK THOSE SHELLS ARE FROM
    A DIFFERENT ERA THAN THE CANNON
    (Pic. of tourists posing before old cannons.) (Pic. of tourists posing before old cannons.)
    (Pic. of a large park across the street from the malcon.) (Pic. of tourists at a statue in the park.)
    A YOUNG MAN WAS PERFORMING FOR THE CAMERA
    (Pic. of a park like area on the malacon.)
    THE MALECON LEADS TO AN OLD FORT

    Click on the above picture to see a short video
    (Pic. of another view of the fort.)
    THE WEST SIDE OF THE FORT
    (Pic. of a fort on the othereisde of the water.)
    WITH ANOTHER FORT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WATER
    (Pic. of close up the fort.)
    IT WAS A DANGEROUS PLACE FOR ENEMY SHIPS
    (Pic. of water boiling in between rocks.)
    Click on the above picture to see a short video
    (Pic. of a tourist walking on the malacon.)
    (Pic. of a bright yellow tourist train.) (Pic. of looking down the malacon.)
    I THINK I SHOULD HAVE CAUGHT A RIDE ON THAT TRAIN

    Having been passed by a thousand taxis of vintage car type, I was getting tired of walking and realized it was still many miles yet around the point.

    I looked for an old cab but none were to be seen so I finally caught an older Lada to get me home.

    That night I was too tired to go out looking for a restaurant so I just went downstairs to Mr. Mangos and had a delicious supper.

    (Pic. of night shot of eatery.)
    THERE ARE MORE TABLES INSIDE BUT THE
    WEATHER WAS TOO NICE, SO I SAT OUTSIDE
    (Pic. of plae of food and glass of wine.)
    SPAGUETI BOLONESA 5.8cuc - COPA VINO TINTO 3cuc
    SERVICIO 10% .9cuc - TOATAL 9.7cuc
    THE BEST SPAGHETTI I HAVE EVER EATEN, ANYWHERE
    (Pic. of a pleasent house.)
    I LIKED THE LOOK OF THIS HOUSE
    (Pic. of house under construction.)
    ACROSS THE STREET - RENOVATION, OR NEW CONSTRUCTION?
    (Pic. of damaged sidewalk.)
    LIKE THE SIDEWALKS IN MEXICO
    NOT EXACTLY SAFE TO WALK AFTER DARK
    (Pic. of square block of concrete on the corner.)
    ON SOME CORNERS YOU HAVE TO LOOK DOWN
    TO SEE THE STREET NUMBER
    (Pic. of back side of an apartment block.)
    THE BACK SIDE OF AN APARTMENT TOWER
    IS THAT A `55 PLYMOUTH?
    I THINK I USED TO OWN ONE
    (Pic. of front side of an apartment block.)
    FRONT OF THE SAME BUILDING
    (Pic. of large hotel.)
    THE BACK OF THE MELIA COHIBA
    (Pic. of inside the lobby.)
    OFF THE LOBBY YOU WILL FIND; A BANK, A TRAVEL AGENT,
    AND OTHER SERVICES

    In Cuba, at nearly any hotel, and at phone company offices, you can buy a card wth a user number and a pass number.

    This card will cost you 1cuc and entitles you to 1 hr. of internet use, or wifi, nearly anywhere you can get a signal.

    You can buy the same card at a major Melia hotel and it will cost you 4.5cuc and will only work near a major Melia hotel.

    For instance this hotel.

    In Cienfuegos, at a smaller Melia hotel I could buy the other card, for 1cuc, when the phone company across the street was closed.

    At this hotel, I used the bank, and my VISA card, to get a cash advance of cuc.

    I also used the travel agency to get a bus ticket and arrange for a Casa Particular in Cienfuego.

    The travel office had two desks and when I went in there was only one lady there and we talked about a ticker, 22cuc, and a room

    I came back later, having gone to the bank, and the lady was busy with a customer and the othe desk was occupied by a lady and a gentleman customer.

    He, too, was asking prices for Cienfuegos and using his cell phone to photograph a map.

    The lady informed the man that the map was for sale for 3cuc but the man continued taking pictures and even turned the map over and photographed the other side.

    When he was putting away his cell phone the lady took the map away and told him the price of the ticket was 27cuc.

    In the mornings this lobby is like bus central with many people and several busses arriving and departing.

    Near the front of the hotel is an open plaza where many people gather as it is a popular place to get a good wifi signal.

    The day we left was wet and windy.

    Most people were hiding in the lobby.

    (Pic. of people in plaza.) (Pic. of ocean and plaza.) (Pic. of cars passing.) (Pic. of van passing.) (Pic. of ocean and plaza.) (Pic. of waves crashing over the malacon.)

    CLICKING ON ANY OF THE ABOVE PICTURES WILL GIVE YOU ACCESS TO A SHORT VIDEO

    Beneath the street are large pipes.
    When the waves crash against the seawall the water goes in the pipes.
    The lids pop off the manholes and the water spurts up easing the pressure of the waves on the seawall.

    The following pictures, in no certain order, were shot from our bus as we wound our way through narrow streets to several hotels before we left the city.

    (Pic. of bus and cars on street.) (Pic. of bus and cars on street.)
    (Pic. of people on street.)
    NOTE THE BODY LANGUAGE OF THE YOUNG LADY
    (Pic. of tall building.)
    (Pic. of a colourful hotel.) (Pic. of construction site.)
    (Pic. of people on the street, statue in the background.) (Pic. of an old building.)
    (Pic. of colourful light posts along street.) (Pic. of an old building.)
    (Pic. of old cars, old buildings.) (Pic. of old damaged building.)
    THERE ARE PEOPLE LIVING IN THE ROOM ON THE LEFT.
    (Pic. of domed capitol building.)
    LA CAPITOLIO
    (Pic. of a treed park.)
    (Pic. of a blue glasse covered lobby entrance.)
    THE SARATOGA HOTEL
    (Pic. of taxis in front of a theatre.)
    (Pic. of a tall statue.) (Pic. of a old car and old buildings.)
    Click on the above picture for
    PICTURES OF OLD CARS SEEN AROUND LA HABANA
    (Pic. of a tall old building.) (Pic. of horse and rider topping a tall statue.)

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