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  1. #6633
    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    I'm not in the loop, however I strongly believe there was an agreement since the days of the ride in the open motorcade in Dallas to let the island decide upon its future without intervention. Anyway, Cuba is a massively complicated topic. There are three things that deter me from more often trips, a) regulated and undeveloped accommodation situation b) expensive, unreliable and undeveloped communication infrastructure (mobile, internet) c) lack of stores or markets where you can buy food. All this makes Cuba a non-competitive proposition given other options in Latin America.
    Well at least we managed to knock off Castro in 2016. Good riddance. Cartagena here I come.

  2. #6632

    Picking up girls on the street

    My idea was to visit Holguin, rent a nice casa particular, with a private entrance, maybe an entire house, and then walk around in the evening and ask pretty girls to come up to my apartment for a beer and a meal, a little fiesta perhaps, and see how it goes.

    However if I am understanding this correctly, this will not be successful because the police will come running out and grab the girl. Or the girls will not dare speak to me to begin with. Also, even with a non-US credit card loaded with dollars, I am not going to be able to load my shopping cart up with good quality food products.

    So I will be sitting alone in my condo with a bag of rice.

    I am not worried about anti-government protests. As an American who believes in democracy and human rights, I will not hesitate to join the street fighters and sacrifice my life for the cause of freedom! Death to tyrants! 1776! (Just kidding.).

  3. #6631
    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    The same as always, blood.

    "How do you return confiscated property?" Good question. The last time I looked, the USA had a 6 billion dollar lawsuit against Cuba for that very thing. We are talking about Rail Roads, Sugar Plantations and Mills, Rum Distilleries, Electric Infrastructure, Huge farms and plantations, Shirt Factories, Tobacco Industry, Mom and Pop grocery Stores, Gas Stations, you name it. IMO, it can't be replaced, all that can be done now is a monetary settlement. Which BTW, Cuba doesn't have. EDIT; or we can invade Cuba and reclaim our shit!

    Dark days ahead for Cuba.
    I'm not in the loop, however I strongly believe there was an agreement since the days of the ride in the open motorcade in Dallas to let the island decide upon its future without intervention. Anyway, Cuba is a massively complicated topic. There are three things that deter me from more often trips, a) regulated and undeveloped accommodation situation b) expensive, unreliable and undeveloped communication infrastructure (mobile, internet) c) lack of stores or markets where you can buy food. All this makes Cuba a non-competitive proposition given other options in Latin America.

  4. #6630
    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    What do you do with all those who have blood on their hands? How feasible is to return the confiscated property to owners or their heirs? How to incentivize the minority who holds the power to share it? How to make sure the accomplishments remain and the evils don't resurface?
    The same as always, blood.

    "How do you return confiscated property?" Good question. The last time I looked, the USA had a 6 billion dollar lawsuit against Cuba for that very thing. We are talking about Rail Roads, Sugar Plantations and Mills, Rum Distilleries, Electric Infrastructure, Huge farms and plantations, Shirt Factories, Tobacco Industry, Mom and Pop grocery Stores, Gas Stations, you name it. IMO, it can't be replaced, all that can be done now is a monetary settlement. Which BTW, Cuba doesn't have. EDIT; or we can invade Cuba and reclaim our shit!

    Dark days ahead for Cuba.

  5. #6629
    Quote Originally Posted by HarryDubois  [View Original Post]
    I have this fantasy of arriving in Havana as one of the first tourists since March 2020 and being greeted like a rock star by thousands of screaming, nubile, gorgeous Caribbean girls starving for dollars.

    It may be tough coping with that, however I will have to manage somehow, for the sake of male travelers world over. I am ready to be the tip of the spear so to speak.
    Keep Dreaming. The girls in Cuba are scared shitless of the police and the very appearance of working for a living.

  6. #6628
    I responded in my latest post to a member in my blocked list (for obvious trolling reasons) by mistake (when you are not logged in properly the list does not show, and you can't remove the post after 25 hours), however the content of the post is very true. As for the island the Cuban people have to move forward and many deals have to be made. What do you do with all those who have blood on their hands? How feasible is to return the confiscated property to owners or their heirs? How to incentivize the minority who holds the power to share it? How to make sure the accomplishments remain and the evils don't resurface?

  7. #6627
    Quote Originally Posted by RebelMonger  [View Original Post]
    Communist morality!? Is that a joke? If you were to know what really happens in Cuba you would think that we're living in Neron's time!

    You can travel to Cuba already but it seems that the population is getting uncomfortable with the state of the economy and are beginning to protest, if you see one, just go the other way. Fast.

    Just go over there and see what happens. I'm Cuban myself but even when I have close relatives there, I don't visit. I go to DR instead but for different reasons.
    Great post, thank you! And you're right, the population is getting restless, check out these videos, people are starting to rise up!

    https://www.youtube.com/c/ADNCuba/videos

  8. #6626
    Quote Originally Posted by HarryDubois  [View Original Post]
    One thing which I am wondering about is, considering the extreme economic crisis in Cuba, will the police stop bothering foreign men dating Cuban girls? Especially with Western Union now shut down, will they decide that economics overrules communist morality? After all, I have a feeling that the majority of foreign visitors are single men who are not only looking for a nice beach. Cuba's main tourist attraction is a different type of natural beauty.

    And then the main question is, if I am a first time tourist coming to Cuba for a month, with little knowledge of Spanish and no connections to anyone in the black market, will I be able to buy normal, good food, alcohol, hygiene products, medications (Viagra, Tylenol) etc. with a non-American dollar credit card? (I have Israeli credit cards.)
    Communist morality!? Is that a joke? If you were to know what really happens in Cuba you would think that we're living in Neron's time!

    Most tourists going to Cuba are doing it due to curiosity. Mongering is not really that easy in Cuba, there are plenty of willing, fine women but getting them to your place is complicated, in reality, the "authorities" love your money but prefer that you stay away from the women, mainly because they are very suspicious of foreigners, they "see" CIA agents in every one of them.

    You can travel to Cuba already but it seems that the population is getting uncomfortable with the state of the economy and are beginning to protest, if you see one, just go the other way. Fast.

    Just go over there and see what happens. I'm Cuban myself but even when I have close relatives there, I don't visit. I go to DR instead but for different reasons.

  9. #6625
    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    It's only a small minority that visit the island for the hobby. As for police, you have to know that all girls are different.
    I've been to Cuba at least 10 times within a two year period. Besides my group or those associated with the group; I never seen another person associated with our hobby. When Obama lifted traveling restrictions, I noticed there were more family tourist and girlfriend getaways than single men traveling for Adventure on the planes departing from the US.

  10. #6624
    Hi,

    Does ISG work in Cuba?

  11. #6623

    So do I!

    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    We look forward to your first report Harry.
    I have this fantasy of arriving in Havana as one of the first tourists since March 2020 and being greeted like a rock star by thousands of screaming, nubile, gorgeous Caribbean girls starving for dollars.

    It may be tough coping with that, however I will have to manage somehow, for the sake of male travelers world over. I am ready to be the tip of the spear so to speak.

  12. #6622
    Quote Originally Posted by HarryDubois  [View Original Post]
    The situation for tourists in Cuba will be about the same in the future as it was a year ago, regarding girls, currency, shopping etc?

    I have heard that in the late 1990's, due to the extreme economic crisis then, prostitution pretty much ran wild.
    We look forward to your first report Harry.

  13. #6621

    So nothing has really changed?

    The situation for tourists in Cuba will be about the same in the future as it was a year ago, regarding girls, currency, shopping etc?

    I have heard that in the late 1990's, due to the extreme economic crisis then, prostitution pretty much ran wild.

  14. #6620
    Quote Originally Posted by HarryDubois  [View Original Post]
    One thing which I am wondering about is, considering the extreme economic crisis in Cuba, will the police stop bothering foreign men dating Cuban girls? Especially with Western Union now shut down, will they decide that economics overrules communist morality? After all, I have a feeling that the majority of foreign visitors are single men who are not only looking for a nice beach. Cuba's main tourist attraction is a different type of natural beauty.

    And then the main question is, if I am a first time tourist coming to Cuba for a month, with little knowledge of Spanish and no connections to anyone in the black market, will I be able to buy normal, good food, alcohol, hygiene products, medications (Viagra, Tylenol) etc. with a non-American dollar credit card? (I have Israeli credit cards.)
    Bring in cash (euros), set up yourself in Miramar with an educated connected family, ask English speaking member to assist you for a remuneration with all things Cuban. Bring all medications and hygiene products with you. Rum is available. Good food is an issue, but that's why you need to be in the best area. I would cook myself, as Cuban cuisine is one of the worst in the world due to the economic situation. Forget about politics. It's only a small minority that visit the island for the hobby. As for police, you have to know that all girls are different. Many are known to authorities and just report to them. It's a police state, and the role of police everywhere is not to fight crime, but keep it under control. Don't do drugs, minors or politics, be bold and straightforward, but respectful, pay, pay, pay and you will be ok. Have fun, good luck, come back and report.

  15. #6619
    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyNuts  [View Original Post]
    The majority of foreign visitors are Canadian I think going down for a week in the sun on the Veradero Beach. Second (again I think) are Europeans traveling to see and experience Havana the historic city that time has left behind. I never saw many other guys playing our game on my trips to Cuba but I'm sure there were at least a few.

    Rather than using your Israeli credit card to buy stuff have a debit card to pull cash out of the ATMs. Money talks in Cuba louder than anywhere on earth.
    Excellent post. But I would be very cautious about relying on ATM's in Cuba.

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