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  1. #5131

    La Habana weather

    Hey,

    Thought I include this link for those of you visiting La Habana in the next 10 days.

    Looks like good old Los Angeles weather to me, LOL with a sprinkle or two.

    Mondo.

    https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/CUXX0003:1:CU

  2. #5130
    Quote Originally Posted by Forest  [View Original Post]
    It does not matter if you have traveled from Cuba to Mexico or Cuba to Canada before returning home, do not lie to immigration. This is the main rule. Lying to a Federal official is a real crime.

    There is a small chance immigration will not know you have been to Cuba, but not a big chance. The US government has the flight manifests of all of the airlines flying in and out of Cuba. You are unlikely to be off of their radar screen. This is well documented by travelers who have been caught in their net over the years.

    Even if you are in violation of the Treasury Dept rules on travel to Cuba, this is a violation, not a crime (ie, not a misdemeanor or a felony). Tell the immigration authorities the truth. Occasionally, one will be cited for violating Treasury Dept rules. If you are unlucky enough to being cited for a travel violation, request a hearing (do not pay the fine) and you will almost certainly never hear from the US government again. There have only been a couple of special tribunals since the 1960's, and the chances they are going to have one anytime soon are tiny.

    In contrast, if you get caught in a lie with immigration, you become part of the regular federal legal system. Regular courts and regular trials. They do not forget or forgive and the penalties for lying to an immigration official are big. $60,000 fines are common.

    Sure, you can prepare for a trip to Cuba by pretending you are there for any of the allowable 11 categories such as "in support of the Cuban people" but if you haven't done your homework do not screw yourself by lying to immigration officials in Miami, DFW or wherever. Who knows where this will go with Trump, but the US travel policies on Cuba have never been seriously enforced, so why would they start now? Lying to a Federal officer will always be a serious crime.
    Wow, good shit that I didn't know. All those years (pre 2014) of sneaking into Cuba from Grand Cayman and the Cayman authorities were giving my travel itinerary to the US? Personally I'm taking a wait and see attitude because Donald and Marco might try to make an example of someone going to Cuba without the proper documents (including 5 years of receipts). Let's keep our fingers crossed for now.

  3. #5129

    When going through immigration on your return from Cuba

    It does not matter if you have traveled from Cuba to Mexico or Cuba to Canada before returning home, do not lie to immigration. This is the main rule. Lying to a Federal official is a real crime.

    There is a small chance immigration will not know you have been to Cuba, but not a big chance. The US government has the flight manifests of all of the airlines flying in and out of Cuba. You are unlikely to be off of their radar screen. This is well documented by travelers who have been caught in their net over the years.

    Even if you are in violation of the Treasury Dept rules on travel to Cuba, this is a violation, not a crime (ie, not a misdemeanor or a felony). Tell the immigration authorities the truth. Occasionally, one will be cited for violating Treasury Dept rules. If you are unlucky enough to being cited for a travel violation, request a hearing (do not pay the fine) and you will almost certainly never hear from the US government again. There have only been a couple of special tribunals since the 1960's, and the chances they are going to have one anytime soon are tiny.

    In contrast, if you get caught in a lie with immigration, you become part of the regular federal legal system. Regular courts and regular trials. They do not forget or forgive and the penalties for lying to an immigration official are big. $60,000 fines are common.

    Sure, you can prepare for a trip to Cuba by pretending you are there for any of the allowable 11 categories such as "in support of the Cuban people" but if you haven't done your homework do not screw yourself by lying to immigration officials in Miami, DFW or wherever. Who knows where this will go with Trump, but the US travel policies on Cuba have never been seriously enforced, so why would they start now? Lying to a Federal officer will always be a serious crime.

    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    I've never had any problems with customs. They already know where you've been so yes tell them you went to Cuba, don't lie!

    When I came through customs a couple months ago, the line of questioning went something like this.

    -Customs. Where have you been?

    Me. Cuba.

    -Customs. Did you bring any Cigars back.

    Me. No.

    - Customs. Why not?

    Me. Blank stare.

    -Customs. Next time bring me a Cigar.

    Me. Yes sir.

    - Customs. Welcome home. Next.



    True Story

  4. #5128
    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    I've never had any problems with customs. They already know where you've been so yes tell them you went to Cuba, don't lie!

    When I came through customs a couple months ago, the line of questioning went something like this.

    -Customs. Where have you been?

    Me. Cuba.

    -Customs. Did you bring any Cigars back.

    Me. No.

    - Customs. Why not?

    Me. Blank stare.
    Great post Ty Down. Thanks for the info.

  5. #5127

    Customs

    Quote Originally Posted by Invision6606  [View Original Post]
    When coming back to the states does the USA Immigration give a hard time to USA Passport holders? Do you tell them you went to Cuba?
    I've never had any problems with customs. They already know where you've been so yes tell them you went to Cuba, don't lie!

    When I came through customs a couple months ago, the line of questioning went something like this.

    -Customs. Where have you been?

    Me. Cuba.

    -Customs. Did you bring any Cigars back.

    Me. No.

    - Customs. Why not?

    Me. Blank stare.

    -Customs. Next time bring me a Cigar.

    Me. Yes sir.

    - Customs. Welcome home. Next.



    True Story
    Last edited by Ty Down; Yesterday at 16:42. Reason: Typo

  6. #5126

    Customs

    Quote Originally Posted by Invision6606  [View Original Post]
    When coming back to the states does the USA Immigration give a hard time to USA Passport holders? Do you tell them you went to Cuba?
    Hey I6606,

    You don't mention where you are coming back from, is it from Cuba? Or a 3rd country?

    If it's Cuba then custom knows so no need to lie. On the other hand, if you are coming back from a 3rd country into the US then is up to you.

    If it was me I would not lie since as long as you tell them (in case they ask) that you visited Cuba and if they asked reasons for being there you tell them "support to the Cuban people" or something like that which is one of the 12 ways you can "legally" travel to Cuba.

    I'll include a website so you get a better idea of traveling to Cuba.

    Mondo.

    https://expertvagabond.com/travel-to...for-americans/

  7. #5125

    Immigration check.

    When coming back to the states does the USA Immigration give a hard time to USA Passport holders? Do you tell them you went to Cuba?

  8. #5124

    Well said Tall man

    Well said sir, plenty of good info there!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheTallMan  [View Original Post]
    Welcome to the board, first thing for you to do is to jump back about 25 or 30 pages and read through the posts, once you do that you can ask some questions. Believe us all that it will be time well spent. Good luck.

    TTM.
    .

  9. #5123
    Quote Originally Posted by Invision6606  [View Original Post]
    Going to Cuba with 6 friends in April and was looking to get some info. How are the girls there? Is it easy to find working girls? How much is the going rate for a working girl? How is the night life? Where is the best location to go to find restaurant and clubs and girls? Is there places we should be staying away from? Is there dangerous people we should be looking out for? Any input would be great full.

    Thanks.
    Welcome to the board, first thing for you to do is to jump back about 25 or 30 pages and read through the posts, once you do that you can ask some questions. Believe us all that it will be time well spent. Good luck.

    TTM.

  10. #5122

    Havana activities.

    Going to Cuba with 6 friends in April and was looking to get some info. How are the girls there? Is it easy to find working girls? How much is the going rate for a working girl? How is the night life? Where is the best location to go to find restaurant and clubs and girls? Is there places we should be staying away from? Is there dangerous people we should be looking out for? Any input would be great full.

    Thanks.

  11. #5121
    I booked my trip to Havana for first week of May.

    Sucks that a bunch of places have closed. Does anyone know if Don Cangrejo is still open?

  12. #5120
    Quote Originally Posted by ISeePurple  [View Original Post]
    Going to Cuba next week for the first tine. I'll be arriving on the 19th, so if you're still there shoot me a message.
    Will be there on the 19th. It will be our last day there, but hit me up if you want to hook up.

  13. #5119
    Quote Originally Posted by CubaTourist  [View Original Post]
    Returning to Havana after many years. I'll be there late this week for about 10 days. If you are also in Havana let me know and maybe we can have drink together. I'm a little bit curious how things have changed since I've last been there. Everybody says it's gotten worse and that I should lower my expectations. We'll see what happens. I'm American so I'm going to get some euros to take with me. Other than that I'm not even sure what the weathers going to be like. I see a lot of places to rent on Airbnb. I'm going to pick one for the first night and then see how it goes. I'm looking mostly at Independent accommodations because there are the most likely to give full independence which is obviously important. However I noticed that most of the really elegant looking houses are not independent which makes sense because their large mansions where someone is renting out individual rooms. I figure it's February and it hopefully won't be too crowded so I can go there and look around for what I want. I'm hoping they'll be a day selection of friendly women. I would like to walk around so I figure the worst case scenario I'll take a few pictures and get a little exercise.
    Going to Cuba next week for the first tine. I'll be arriving on the 19th, so if you're still there shoot me a message.

  14. #5118

    Updates

    Was in Cuba of late. St Johns remains closed and should be for a long time, despite what a anybody says. A lot of that has moved to La Gruta. Which I sued to dislike, but can now be quite fun on he right night, albeit packed to the brim.

    STGs are around: go for it if you can. And GFE remains the best option in Havana, seize it when presented in good fashion.

  15. #5117

    Returning

    Quote Originally Posted by CubaTourist  [View Original Post]
    Returning to Havana after many years. I'll be there late this week for about 10 days. If you are also in Havana let me know and maybe we can have drink together. I'm a little bit curious how things have changed since I've last been there. Everybody says it's gotten worse and that I should lower my expectations. We'll see what happens. I'm American so I'm going to get some euros to take with me. Other than that I'm not even sure what the weathers going to be like. I see a lot of places to rent on Airbnb. I'm going to pick one for the first night and then see how it goes. I'm looking mostly at Independent accommodations because there are the most likely to give full independence which is obviously important. However I noticed that most of the really elegant looking houses are not independent which makes sense because their large mansions where someone is renting out individual rooms. I figure it's February and it hopefully won't be too crowded so I can go there and look around for what I want. I'm hoping they'll be a day selection of friendly women. I would like to walk around so I figure the worst case scenario I'll take a few pictures and get a little exercise.
    Hey CT,

    Good luck on your trip and make sure you report back both good and bad times you encounter there.

    As far as the weather is concern what I do just before I go is check the weather site, weather.com, and click on the 10 day forecast and that way you get an idea how the weather will be just before you head there. I'll put a link below for the weather in La Habana for the next 10 days.

    Usually this time of year the weather is quite pleasant as you'll see in the link below. Last year when I went at the end of January it got a bit chilly because they had a front come in from the north (called baguada in Cuba) and it flooded the area around the US embassy but was not too bad. Quite a site to see waves crashing over El Morro (lighthouse) and also over the malecon seawall.

    BTW, this time of the year is high season for tourists so be aware prices for rentals are higher than for low season.

    I'll be arriving on the 21st so if you are still there we can go chase some tail, ha.

    Mondo.

    https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/CUXX0003:1:CU

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