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ethnic group of cubans, though not politically Stoic or economically impoverished, still live with revolutionary optimism.
The state-owned shops are empty, but that does not prevent them from getting a fixed monthly wage, so leave it to fate. However, the home stay is not a big pot of rice, so they often haggle over every ounce and try to get more foreign currency from foreign tourists. The old lady is too smart and even cunning
Cubans like to sit in doorways and watch people pass by, so they don’t feel particularly indecent or embarrassed sitting on the ground while eating.
The streets of Havana are filled with vintage cars, making them one of Cuba’s most famous sights. In addition, the shabby old street is also a favorite background for tourists to take photos. Cuban wages are very low, but prices are very high. The first meal in a small restaurant is 15 euros!
hair dye can be done on the side of the street. This kind of picture is similar to that of Africa. After all, Cuba belongs to the third world, even if it has a superior socialist system. Tall trees line Havana’s prado avenue, where businesses are organized. Two French tourists wander in front of an art dealer’s stall.
Medical workers on the
in cienfuegos and housewives on old Havana street. The roads under their feet are generally dilapidated and potholed.
street park in the centre of st clark, where the network is concentrated. Young people and foreigners who want to go online can only go to such public places
two RACES, black and white, in Cuba people of different RACES seem to live in harmony.
lived in his homestay on his first day in Havana. The old couple play dumb and try to overturn the pre-booked house price to charge more money, lack of credit and dishonest.
Such images are everywhere in Cuba. People gathered outside the brightly coloured walls to chat and watch passers-by, without enough money to keep their heads down and look at their phones