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  1. #5401

    High end

    Quote Originally Posted by MadisonGuy  [View Original Post]
    Any good place to look for casa's other than AIRbnb? Seems like a sub forum here would be great to start of places that are guest friendly. I'm looking for something a little higher end 2 bedroom both king preferably. Any area better to stay in Havana more in the action?
    This is one of the nicest casa's in Havana, it's in Morro Havana, just down from Che Guevara old Casa. It's about 500ft from the Morro Castle fantastic place. A friend and I stayed here for a week, $300 USD per night.


    https://www.havanacasablanca.com/

    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Re...ince_Cuba.html

  2. #5400

    Apt websites

    Quote Originally Posted by MadisonGuy  [View Original Post]
    Any good place to look for casa's other than AIRbnb? Seems like a sub forum here would be great to start of places that are guest friendly. I'm looking for something a little higher end 2 bedroom both king preferably. Any area better to stay in Havana more in the action?
    Hey MG,

    There are plenty pf websites other than AirB&be. I will include one which seems pretty easy to navigate.

    Don't know if this is your 1st visit or you've been down before.

    I like to stay in the Vedado section of the city and close to La Rampa, specially if you have no wheels. Then again that's my choice, I find I can walk to many of the places.

    If you are looking for something on the high end of the price scale I know of one which is in the hood that I mentioned above and has 2 bedrooms and it's also a penthouse. In case you're interested PM me for the info.

    Enjoy the journey and report back here.

    BTW, if you google "casa particular" you'll get a bunch of sites with listings for apartments.

    https://www.havanacasaparticular.com/

    Mondo.

  3. #5399
    Quote Originally Posted by MadisonGuy  [View Original Post]
    Any good place to look for casa's other than AIRbnb? Seems like a sub forum here would be great to start of places that are guest friendly. I'm looking for something a little higher end 2 bedroom both king preferably. Any area better to stay in Havana more in the action?
    Pm Me for a contact.

  4. #5398
    Any good place to look for casa's other than AIRbnb? Seems like a sub forum here would be great to start of places that are guest friendly. I'm looking for something a little higher end 2 bedroom both king preferably. Any area better to stay in Havana more in the action?

  5. #5397
    Quote Originally Posted by James006  [View Original Post]
    I know more people are on Facebook and internet in general. Someone with good experience with dating online? What app or webpage do the Cuban use?
    A casa owner advised me not to do this. The authorities monitor internet / social media in Cuba. You could get the chica arrested.

  6. #5396

    Dating online in Cuba

    I know more people are on Facebook and internet in general. Someone with good experience with dating online? What app or webpage do the Cuban use?

  7. #5395

    ETECSA office at jose marti airport

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo9112  [View Original Post]
    Where about is the ETECSA office? Is it possible to buy a SIM at the airport as someone previously mentioned?
    Yes, there is a ETECSA office at the airport.


    Link to locations - http://www.etecsa.cu/internet_conectividad/salas_de_navegacion/

  8. #5394
    Quote Originally Posted by VedadoFun  [View Original Post]
    You no longer have to be a Cuban to get a line. Just go to the Etecsa office with your passport and you can get a line in your name. It costs 40 CUC and it includes 10 CUC credit on the line.
    Where about is the ETECSA office? Is it possible to buy a SIM at the airport as someone previously mentioned?

  9. #5393
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey Vedado,

    Thanks for letting us know that foreigners can now get their own linea, I was not aware of that.

    Yeah, good point about the scam, when I got mine some friend got it for me, so no issue there.

    BTW, yep you need to recharge such Sim card before the year runs out otherwise you lose it.

    Mondo.
    No that's not correct. When you get a line it is good for 330 days from the activation date or from when you did the last top up. I believe after 330 days it is suspended and you then have 30 days to top it up or lose it. The line is always good for 330 days after the last top up. It does not expire at the end of the year.

    If the line is in a so called friend's name they own it and can cancel it at any time or say they lost the Sim card and get a new one along with whatever balance you had left on it. The rules are all on the Etecsa site but of course in Cuba they don't always following the rules. http://www.etecsa.cu/telefonia_movil..._y_activacion/.

  10. #5392
    Quote Originally Posted by UncleVolodya  [View Original Post]
    I envy you amigo!

    Though I will be going to Thailand and Indonesia in about 10 days, I still find myself daydreaming of La Isola Grande.

    I hope you find time to post your expereinces and give us some updates about the scene.

    Enjoy and have fun!

    Uncle-V.
    I've been to Thailand, Bangkok, Chaing Mai & Pattaya, also Vietnam and Cambodia. I'm headed back to my ATF Medellin in a couple weeks. But I still cherish Habana. I've been a couple times and ready to go back.

  11. #5391
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo9112  [View Original Post]
    Thanks to all for input over the past few days! I'm taking notes with only 5 days out!
    I envy you amigo!

    Though I will be going to Thailand and Indonesia in about 10 days, I still find myself daydreaming of La Isola Grande.

    I hope you find time to post your expereinces and give us some updates about the scene.

    Enjoy and have fun!

    Uncle-V.

  12. #5390

    Update

    Quote Originally Posted by VedadoFun  [View Original Post]
    You no longer have to be a Cuban to get a line. Just go to the Etecsa office with your passport and you can get a line in your name. It costs 40 CUC and it includes 10 CUC credit on the line. I think you have to put money on it aprox every 11 months or you will lose it. If you get a line in a Cuban's name they can take it back from you anytime. They just say they lost their Sim card and pay 2 or 3 CUC for a new Sim which will also include whatever balance you had on it. Yours will no longer work then. This is a very common scam. LOL.
    Hey Vedado,

    Thanks for letting us know that foreigners can now get their own linea, I was not aware of that.

    Yeah, good point about the scam, when I got mine some friend got it for me, so no issue there.

    BTW, yep you need to recharge such Sim card before the year runs out otherwise you lose it.

    Mondo.

  13. #5389

    Thanks.

    Thanks to all for input over the past few days! I'm taking notes with only 5 days out!

  14. #5388
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey,

    For those of you that enjoy mulatas, she's is certainly a 9+ in my book. Also, good dancing.

    Question, has anybody met her?

    Mondo.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9ffbbWJ2eY
    Lisandra is a dance teacher in Havana. Not available. Has a boyfriend.

  15. #5387
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey Uncle,

    Yeah, lines I was told were long and whoever is going to get the linea needs to be cubano / a natiional. Happens that I know people in la Habana and someone did this for me.

    If you know people that you've met on your previous trips they will do it for you. Just throw an extra 10 CUC for whoever does this for you, that's what I did. Also, any chica you've been with and are in good standing with her will do it but you also run the risk of getting more involved with her. If that's ok then no problema, if it's not then don't go this route.

    Remember, once you get the linea, you need to recharge it (put money on the balance) at least once a year otherwise the linea won't work after one year.

    When I did the transfer to my name I went just before closing at the Etecsa office on the side of the Focsa building (calle M why 17) I didn't have to wait long and made my way up the stairs after asking in "English" some bullshit question and people in the linea had no idea what to say, so I just walked up the stairs and talked to one of the clerks where I got redirected to the boss lady who did me el favor to put it on my name.

    Mondo.
    You no longer have to be a Cuban to get a line. Just go to the Etecsa office with your passport and you can get a line in your name. It costs 40 CUC and it includes 10 CUC credit on the line. I think you have to put money on it aprox every 11 months or you will lose it. If you get a line in a Cuban's name they can take it back from you anytime. They just say they lost their Sim card and pay 2 or 3 CUC for a new Sim which will also include whatever balance you had on it. Yours will no longer work then. This is a very common scam. LOL.

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