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  1. #6563
    Quote Originally Posted by SmotPoker  [View Original Post]
    So frustrating trying to hear news about Havana officially opening? And if Americans will be allowed to visit and if we can stay in private casas? Anyone on the ground there since curfew was lifted?
    I just read in the news that the government of Cuba is closing all Western Unions. I hope I'm wrong, but that's terrible for the country.

  2. #6562
    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    So. Did my search. What it looks like is that they are opening "resorts" all over Cuba, except in Havana. This will have a big impact for Canadians and some Europeans, but not so much for Americans as Americans generally cannot go to these resorts, at least directly. But the charter flights out of Toronto, Montreal, etc. Will be filling the skies shortly. A lot of pent up demand for those all inclusive one week getaways to Cuba.

    What the articles did not say was if those tourists would be allowed to leave the resorts and resort areas (such as Varadero). These resorts, and there are hundreds of them, are mostly on keys or areas that can be isolated, as was the case when they were first built. For those that just want their week at the resort it makes no difference, except the optional bus tours to Havana won't be happening. But for anyone that wants to go into the cities, or mix with the people they may be out of luck.
    That sounds about right. From what I understand, when tourists fly into Cuba, you will tested for covid at the airport. If you test negative, you will then be placed on a bus and bussed directly to the resort and dropped off. You will be confined to the resort for the duration of your "vacation". Havana and the rest of Cuba is off limits.

    I don't think there is a problem with Americans visiting Cuba, at least not with the Cubans, it's the US government giving the Americans grief about visiting Cuba.

    For the local Cubans, their movements around the country has been severely curtailed as well. For example, my regular chica lives down in the province of Ciego de Avila. Everyone in that province are confined to that province, they cannot leave. So for now, she can't come to Havana. I'll be glad when all this shit is over.

  3. #6561
    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    So. Did my search. What it looks like is that they are opening "resorts" all over Cuba, except in Havana. This will have a big impact for Canadians and some Europeans, but not so much for Americans as Americans generally cannot go to these resorts, at least directly. But the charter flights out of Toronto, Montreal, etc. Will be filling the skies shortly. A lot of pent up demand for those all inclusive one week getaways to Cuba.

    What the articles did not say was if those tourists would be allowed to leave the resorts and resort areas (such as Varadero). These resorts, and there are hundreds of them, are mostly on keys or areas that can be isolated, as was the case when they were first built. For those that just want their week at the resort it makes no difference, except the optional bus tours to Havana won't be happening. But for anyone that wants to go into the cities, or mix with the people they may be out of luck.
    Havana is still closed at the moment but its just a matter of time. Probably one or two weeks away. From the islands / resorts area, you can leave the place anytime you want, after passing the negative PCR test which takes 2-3 days. Even the locals can go to these places now. They change regulations all the time and that's the latest.

  4. #6560
    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    News today was that Cuba was opening, but not including Havana. I'm going to search for more info on that.
    So. Did my search. What it looks like is that they are opening "resorts" all over Cuba, except in Havana. This will have a big impact for Canadians and some Europeans, but not so much for Americans as Americans generally cannot go to these resorts, at least directly. But the charter flights out of Toronto, Montreal, etc. Will be filling the skies shortly. A lot of pent up demand for those all inclusive one week getaways to Cuba.

    What the articles did not say was if those tourists would be allowed to leave the resorts and resort areas (such as Varadero). These resorts, and there are hundreds of them, are mostly on keys or areas that can be isolated, as was the case when they were first built. For those that just want their week at the resort it makes no difference, except the optional bus tours to Havana won't be happening. But for anyone that wants to go into the cities, or mix with the people they may be out of luck.

  5. #6559
    Quote Originally Posted by SmotPoker  [View Original Post]
    So frustrating trying to hear news about Havana officially opening? And if Americans will be allowed to visit and if we can stay in private casas? Anyone on the ground there since curfew was lifted?
    News today was that Cuba was opening, but not including Havana. I'm going to search for more info on that.

  6. #6558
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey,

    Thought I post about the prices for upcoming flights from the East coast to Cuba. I guess with all the family trips from Cuban@s who have not been able to travel since the C-19 started is the main culprit.

    For those who live on the West coast there is an alternative going thru Panama City, I've already booked my trip this way and it turns out to be quite less expensive than going round trip from Miami!

    Mondo.
    With those prices, looking like early / mid December makes more sense for planning trip.

  7. #6557

    Air fare prices thru the roof (USA)

    Hey,

    Thought I post about the prices for upcoming flights from the East coast to Cuba. I guess with all the family trips from Cuban@s who have not been able to travel since the C-19 started is the main culprit.

    For those who live on the West coast there is an alternative going thru Panama City, I've already booked my trip this way and it turns out to be quite less expensive than going round trip from Miami!

    Mondo.

  8. #6556

    Any news about Havana Opening?

    Quote Originally Posted by DiavelLoco  [View Original Post]
    They are open for sure. I have been to a few for the past few months for a short time use. I am sure if you look hard enough, you will find some that are willing to take your booking.
    So frustrating trying to hear news about Havana officially opening? And if Americans will be allowed to visit and if we can stay in private casas? Anyone on the ground there since curfew was lifted?

  9. #6555
    Quote Originally Posted by GrownMan1  [View Original Post]
    As much as I like to smoke. I wouldn't dare take or try to get any drugs in Cuba.
    Yeah and it's good for you.

  10. #6554
    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    Nope! Do not bring edibles with THC, CBD. If the Cuban authorities catch you with edibles you are truly screwed.
    As much as I like to smoke. I wouldn't dare take or try to get any drugs in Cuba.

  11. #6553
    Quote Originally Posted by Muzungufotsy  [View Original Post]
    Same kind of guy who says he pays 100 cuc for a shag. Pathetic indeed.

    Never needed any pill with a Cuban girl the way she moves with me my dick is always hard without problem. At the end I give her 20 and she doesn't complain because she s satisfied and had a good time.
    Your words are so wise!

  12. #6552
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey,

    Haven't posted in a while, here's is the latest info from Mesa Redonda (daily semi-official program) Today they had both the minister of transportation and the minister of tourism on to report on the up to minute news about Cuba and its opening to foreigners.

    It's in Espaol (Spanish) I know some of you speak the lingo so you'll benefit from this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRGAH4E7zuQ

    Mondo.
    I can only understand a few words, but I did translate a few comments below the video, here they are.

    1) What they have to do is OPEN THE JOS MART AIRPORT NOW.

    2) I believe that utds are extraterrestrials. It is not understood that everything is being followed up. Giving the best quality. People who have no notion what quality is. In short they speak garbage. RANDI is so guataca. He has no tax questions. Everything is fine. They put the international situation to lessen what happens in Cuba. 60 years and without difference.

    3) Cuba for January.

    4) The Airport will not open until January.

    5) DO NOT TRAVEL TO Cuba.

    6) When we arrive You deliver the questionnaire that you have to fill out. They do the PCR and from there to the house the quarantine rs at home.

    7) Cubans who arrive in our country pass the Quarantine and PSR tests, by the way, free for all.

    8) The borders are open except Havana and Cowho and S Spiritus.

    9) I can't travel on the American airlines to Cuba, hey that's hard.

    /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////



    My takeaway is that the airports will open in January, you may be quarantined, tested. I'm not even sure if tourist can enter Havana, but anyway, there is a few comments translated. I would like to hear what you guys have to say.


    Thank you Mondo

  13. #6551
    Quote Originally Posted by AmorPorFavor  [View Original Post]
    Hey SmotPoker, be real careful about PotSmoking in Cuba. Its a big no go. I bring lots of edibles. Its legal in CA where I live. Anybody have any input on this.
    Nope! Do not bring edibles with THC, CBD. If the Cuban authorities catch you with edibles you are truly screwed.

  14. #6550

    From the horses mouth.

    Hey,

    Haven't posted in a while, here's is the latest info from Mesa Redonda (daily semi-official program) Today they had both the minister of transportation and the minister of tourism on to report on the up to minute news about Cuba and its opening to foreigners.

    It's in Espaņol (Spanish) I know some of you speak the lingo so you'll benefit from this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRGAH4E7zuQ

    Mondo.

  15. #6549
    Quote Originally Posted by SmotPoker  [View Original Post]
    AirBnB owner told me there is a meeting today that is being decided on if when Havana airport opens on November 4th if it will be for all including Americans, and if private Casas can operate starting November 4th (legally). We should know in a few hours.
    I'm in regular contact with several casa owners and haven't heard this. I wouldn't go by anything a casa owner says who you never have met and trust. They will tell you multiple girls are no problem and when you arrive tell you to register all guests.

    I need to explain casa etiquette: Running multiple girls daily will usually get you snitched on by the neighbors. My advise is if you have to do this is to get yourself a day regular and move a night girl in quickly for a few hours later at night. With covid 19 Cuban authorities will be paying attention.

    I've had surprise randoms checks by the authorities and I have regulars. Most girls won't want their names in the books. Understand casa owners can have their casas seized if they aren't following the check in regulations.

    Be discreet and respectful and the owner will respect you.

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