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I think I've only ever actually talked to one forum member who actually went and another who had previously gone to put things in perspective despite posting on here a couple years. I am there for pleasure and don't work in Cuba. I am happy as I've said previously to meet up with forum members when they are there if we cross paths. I am shocked with all the Canadians that are on here that there aren't more posts about Cuba but I imagine that's because you pay the same for an All Inclusive as you do for flight only to Cuba and hence, nearly everyone 99 stay at AI's which happen to be tourist filled.
The guys who I find do best are not typically the younger guys. I've spent so much time there that it's different. But the guys who have the best lookers are usually mid 30's to mid 40's. That is Cubans and foreigners alike. Dating older is normal. Hence, I my one buddy is 26 and his gf is Cubans This is perfectly normal in their culture. For foreigners its illegal however barring marriage, special circumstances. One thing I find that is extremely important in Cuba is how you dress. I don't care how jacked you are or how beautiful you think your skin is.
I see this all the time. Look around at the Cuban guys who have real hotties The trainer at one of them who looks like hes in competition shape at all times has a wife who is humongous. Hence, I'm not sure how much being a meat head helps here. I would say very little, as its typically poorer guys who have the meat head look. Being in good shape certainly helps though. But it certainly isn't the advantage it is in North America. I haven't really seen much suited down persay here. But it is certainly a viable option especially in Havana. I would say in the provinces you may be going over the top if you do this but one could certainly make it work. I actually brought a suit last trip but none of my gf's were willing to let me put Dating internet egedal on in the summer.
Granted it was scorching hot. I tried this and noticed constant attention from attractive woman. My date a model Want a cool girl in camaguey me it was 5 years out of style. In fairness I was going for a scarface esque look that night. So I can't really comment on this dress strategy. Obviously I would never recommend one buy large gold chains There is a lot of economic hardship in Cuba hence you will see quite a few girls dating guys who are far past there expiry date. Those girls are always part of the poor class. Extreme dating differences are not occuring amongst the young, beautiful woman.
One issue ppeople will find with Cuba is everyone you talk to will give you a different take. Part of that is there are so many different strategies, likes that guys have that go there. For example, Italians seemingly and this is notorious there like very dark skinned woman. Hence, santiago attracts a lot of Italians as well as Old Havana. Some guys who you talk to will be into meeting girls on the street for a price. Other guys go to high end discos for a price. Other guys go to restaurants, museums looking for dates. Other guys, Myself go and talk to the entertainers after the shows and transition it into a date. One guy who likes to meet girls on the street likes to wander old havana, the next siboney, two very different areas.
That is in part why you get one guy who says Cuba is loaded with talent and then another guy who will say this place is filthy. For me the best results come when I meet them via there work dancer or model, occasionally waitresses, or through friends. Full on sentences and broken Spanish with the girls. One of them knew English. If I remembered correctly he was talking to the pimp, cop, and hotel lobby guy in Spanish only. I'm not sure you saw the documentary. There were two videos. One was 15 minutes long the other was 30 minutes long.
I'm the one here who started the thread with a link to the documentary, so to challenge whether or not I saw it, is completely off base. I am also a native speaker, and understanding someone who's speaking poorly, but you get the jist of what they're trying to say, is not the same as them speaking the language. As a native speaker yourself, I would imagine you could distinguish between a non-native speaker who has studied the language and can speak it fairly correctly, and one who maybe learned a few phrases, but has clearly not studied the language on any meaningful level. In that video, Travelbum is the latter, not the former. Cuba is not a great place for someone who wants to change girls frequently that are not hookers.
In large part this is due to the registration policies and girls willingness. Also the fact, that normal girls are not going partying on Wednesday nights. They probably only go out Saturdays! Of course guys chasing prostitutes this doesn't apply to. In the provinces expect to have 1 girlfriend. More than that and you'll have lots of difficulty. Havana, is the only place where you can really run a harem persay as in casa's girls don't have to registered. Hence, you can have Susana over in the afternoon and Helen in the night.
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Cuba is a good place for people who are long term tourists or very frequent visitors, and for those looking for a girlfriend. A 1 or 2 week tourist will not be running the rounds with highly attractive cuban girls that aren't prostituting. Its kind of like what I read about Colombia all the time This is the reality for short term visitors in Cuba. Now, I actually have to go to bed. And do you know if you can talk to locals there without being harassed by the police? In terms of cost of living, i keep on hearing different things. I have also been told by other foreigners that i will need at least dollars per month in cuba to live average or good.
This cuban friend told me he could hook me up with an apartment for 50 dollars per month. I am confused in terms of what are the living costs in Cuba. Is Cuba heaven when comes to big butts? Thanks for all the nice info. There is no point in going back and fourth with the whole language issue. The video isn't even up anymore to verify. It's been deleted for well over a year now. It's fair to say he got the job done with the level of Spanish he had. On a serious note, I think he deleted the videos because they accused him of 'sex tourism' with 'underage prostitutes'. One of those Florida Spanish channels did a whole show defaming him.
That's probably why he shut down all the videos. But dollars a month is not going to allow you to live well in Havana thats for certain. Although if you just want to drink in the street and you rent illegally as your buddy suggested he could do for you it's possible. But will not get you anywhere near the very attractive woman. I wouldn't say Cuba is a big butt paradise. From what I've seen Dominican is far more that type. In fact, from what I've seen the dominican woman are on average better looking and there are less legal pains preventing you from talking to them. I Alternative dating transsexual surgery woman to man transformation certain its easy to find a place to stay in Santiago.
At 50 dollars a month being a foreigner it won't be easy to find a place though as that is far less than the taxes someone Want a cool girl in camaguey renting pays a month. The reason you hear a difference in budget is because of different paths tourists take. An example is, are you going to take a Cuban girl on dates or out Then theres, the where you stay place. In the provinces I get a nice place and basically get an independent apartment for a month in the summer, in the winter on shorter stays. In Havana there are places that can be easily found for that are more trashy, but its just as easy to find places for a month or more in some cases 's and 's a month.
How often do you like to club is another question. Do you like to just go to bars or do you like to go to discos as the latter undoubtedly costs far more in Cuba. Are you into higher end clubs or not? Again the difference in cost can be substantial. A lower end club likely has a cover of 1 dollar. A higher end club a cover of dollars. Do you need a car? These run atleast 60 dollars a day without gas included. So you see, 1 tourist could just as easily say you need as you need Personally, the lowest budget of anyone I know there is around a month but he is married and lives with his wife, doesn't go out partying by any means or even eat out for that matter.
That is a very and I mean very low budget for a foreigner. Those that claim to be doing that are probably married or live an exceptionally boring existence. There are no options for very cheap housing legally. I've Want a cool girl in camaguey heard of less than a month for a legal place. Another issue to me with staying in illegal places is the security levels are far lower. In casa particulars they have minimum requirements hence you will usually find gated doors. Since, I've known my girlfriend twice people have tried to rob her house at night by climbing through the windows. A popular restaurant I go to was also ransacked in December.
I'd be extremely nervous about being robbed but not from the money perspective but of if I woke up during it. As to chicas not wanting to talk to foreigners in santiago. I don't know whether thats the case. I haven't had a problem with this anywhere but have heard accounts from people who have. Granted, I've never been to Santiago. Personally I wouldn't recommend a budget of less than a month to anyone. Barring you want to go live in a small town thats different. One problem tourists have is "working there. You get the job from back home. If you want to do internet work the only place I've been with wifi in some hotels is Havana and it is incredibly expensive.
Think, 10 dollars an hour. With prices scaled down for the number of hours you buy. I believe I saw hours from dollars. But they limited the time frame you could use it to something like 2 months. If it weren't for the connections and friends I've built up over time in Cuba, I'd personally go to DR. Now if a few of those board members who might visit him that might give a tour to spot him a little gift of money that's another story, I don't know. Okay maybe if he lives with his girlfriend. That is international wussy type money to live in Cuba. I met one of these guys. A German kid whose mother happened to be Cuban. He told me he lived on 60 dollars a month.
I asked him what he did on weekends he said I go out sometimes and buy a 1 dollar bottle of rum and sit on the malecon. Then I asked him if he had been with any cuban girls. He said no, I have a gf back home. I asked him how he travelled around, he takes the bus. The bus was about 4 cents vs. It took about 1. Look, you can live on extremely low amounts if one has the desire but the lifestyle would be absolutely ridiculous. After drinking I asked him how he got home. He told me he often had to leave really early at like 12 or had to stay out till 6 AM outside waiting for a bus or maquina.
This is the level of living someone on euros a month has. Remember this guy had his housing and all his food paid for by virtue of living with his mom. This is the type of guy who lives on dollars a month. Eating at home every meal, no nightlife, no hot girls. People post goofy stuff like this all the time, retire to Asia for dollars a month type stuff, Then guys actually go to these cities and are like huh? I'm not saying euros is impossible. I'm saying youd be living a lifestyle similar to someone in poverty in Canada. Is that really desireable? In short, after hours of thinking and staring out at the Cuban countryside and reading and trying to memorize the socialist billboards full of quotes from Fidel Castrowe finally arrived at Camaguey.
One of my reasons for coming to Camaguey was to see the maze-like streets that surround the historic district of Camaguey. And although I have to admit that I expected something a bit more spectacular, I still enjoyed walking through the streets of Camaguey. Furthermore, the reason behind designing a maze-like city was to defend itself from pirate invasions. Typically, with reagrd to Spanish-style colonial cities, they tend to be laid out very logically and in blocks, and therefore, making it easy for people to navigate the city. However, the problem that began to arise for cities such as Camaguey, was that these logical city layouts made it easy for pirates to invade the city and strategically take over and loot the city.
Thus, the maze-like streets made it more difficult for the invaders and in addition, it helped the city residents defend themselves against attacks. Thus, preserving their city and their livelihood during colonial times. In fact, I think that Cafe Cuidad, a coffee shop in the main plaza of the historical district of Camaguey, has won the award for best cafe americanos for two reason: Needless to say, I spend a number of hours here in the main plaza of the historical district of Camaguey drinking coffe outside the cafe and watching people walk around. Nicolas Guillen was a prolific Afro-caribbean poet from Cuba during the 20th century.
For me, it has been interesting to visit many of the writers and historical figures that I studied throughout graduate school. Of course, El Che is an exception because he was born and raised in Argentina; however, his commitment and devotion to the Cuban Revolution and subsequent government reforms is what makes him such a prominent figure and icon here in Cuba as well as other parts of the world such as Bolivia. Another interesting historical figure that lived in Camaguey was Ignacio Argamonte, one of the major figures who fought in the war for independence against Spain in the late s.
That was 2 years after Jose Marti had died fighting in the war. Jose Marti, although he was a writer and an intelect, chose to fight in the war and as a result of that decision was killed in May ofapproximately three years before Cuba obtained independence from Spain. Now his house and the giant statue of him in the main square, named after him stand as a reminder as to what he did for not only the city of Camaguey, but for all of Cuba. As I was leaving the house and was about to go down the stairs and back out into the street, I was stopped by two women who worked at the museum and was asked where I am from. After telling them that I was from the US, the one lady asked me if I would be willing to take here friend back to the US with me to marry her and make her a US citizen.
Of course I laughed this off, as it was a relatively awkward situation. And so after taking pictures with the two women, I was finally able to leave and get back to walking around Camaguey. However, Camaguey had its fair share of beggars. And they were clever too. The thing is, however, is that I am not the type of person to give them any money because although I want to help them, I feel that just simply giving them money does nothing but perpetuate the idea that begging for things is okay. Both on the part of the beggar and on the part of the giver. But hey, there is always an exception to the rule.
On my last full day in Camaguey, I managed to meet a really interesting girl by the name of Annie who was from Oregon who was about to start her PhD in Public Health this fall in Oregon. So after talking to her a bit about what she was doing here in Cuba, I was in the mood for a coffee at Cafe Ciudad and so, assuming that she liked coffee since she is form the northwest, I asked her if she wanted to go get a coffee. It was pretty cool to meet Annie and she was an extremely fun person to talk to, not to mention that she was intelligent, which made it that much more fun to talk to her.
She was interested in noninfectious diseases in the developing world, which essentially are developed-world diseases which people get in the developing world. For example, cancers, diabetes, etc.