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  1. #1552

    Caibarien

    Quote Originally Posted by Dccpa  [View Original Post]
    http://marimundo.com/critical-items-...ate-to-cubans/

    Good list for either humanitarian donations or chica regalos / payments.
    Good stuff Dccpa. I see they're giving a helping hand to the people of Caibarien and Havana.

    Check out this video from Caibarien, I may have to go down to Caibarien and see if I can't lend a helping hand here in a couple months.

    https://www.facebook.com/OnCuba/vide...5597470202865/

  2. #1551

    Article re items needed in Cuba

    http://marimundo.com/critical-items-...ate-to-cubans/

    Good list for either humanitarian donations or chica regalos / payments.

  3. #1550

    Tunnel

    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey,

    Just got word that the tunnel that leads to Habana del Este / Guanabo still is flooded. I was told it's being worked on "feverishly" to drain all the water out.

    As some of you know it's still possible to get to that part of town from la Habana or vice versa, but one has to go all the way around Habana bay which takes a long time.

    I'm guessing it'll be clear in a day or two, once I find out it's clear I'll post.

    Mondo.
    Hola, como esta.

    Do not go through the tunnel Mondo.

    I ran into some real commie motherfuckers on the other end of that tunnel. I rented the Casablanca https://www.havanacasablanca.com/.

    It's right next to Che Guevara former dwelling place.

    There is a 5 Star prison right at the end of the tunnel.

    Good luck, stay in Havana.

  4. #1549

    Habana del Este tunnel

    Hey,

    Just got word that the tunnel that leads to Habana del Este / Guanabo still is flooded. I was told it's being worked on "feverishly" to drain all the water out.

    As some of you know it's still possible to get to that part of town from la Habana or vice versa, but one has to go all the way around Habana bay which takes a long time.

    I'm guessing it'll be clear in a day or two, once I find out it's clear I'll post.

    Mondo.

  5. #1548

    Right on

    The most important takeaway I want every reader to understand is as far as Cuba is concerned, their tourism doors are wide open without restriction to all tourists in the world, including Yankees! The embargo is an American thing, it is not reciprocal. No matter what Trump does, or any US administration has done in the past, Cuba has never had restrictions for entry into its country for tourism. They are desperate for tourism dollars & foreign currency. It is the lifeline of their economy.

    Hey Free,

    Amen to that.

    Mondo.

  6. #1547

    Hurricane

    Quote Originally Posted by StudBucket  [View Original Post]
    Hello, my friends and I are thinking about going to Cuba in November. We are wondering if the main mongering cities got affected by the Hurricane that might impact our trip. Such as the bars, nightclubs, and other spots not affected (are they all open), are the restaurants and houses for rent still okay with power, adequate plumbing, etc. ? Will the chica scene be quieter? I am assuming not much will change, but the news does not get into a lot of specifics about the Hurricane there.
    The CNN reports I saw online showed people in parts of Havana and Camaguey for example wading in waist high water in the cities. I find it hard to believe all is back to normal.
    I knew when Jakarta was hit by severe rainstorms traffic was horrendous, and in the Philippines a monsoon on its way caused us to leave creating havoc to the city. Please advise if anyone, especially with boots on the ground or a friend on the ground can report if all is okay. Thanks.
    Central Cuba got hammered by the hurricane. Havana had severe flooding along the Malecon, but that seems to happen at least once a year. As far as plumbing. I've always noticed that the closer you get to the Malecon, the more sewer you can smell especially after storms.

    IMHO I think Havana will be up and running as usual in 2-3 weeks.

    I would forget about Santa Clara, Ceigo de Avila, Cayo Coco areas for a least a couple months, lots of storm damage.

    Video report from Cayo Coco - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZ_i-L07Ju0.

  7. #1546
    Quote Originally Posted by Free2  [View Original Post]
    To my American friends concerned about the travel restrictions, 1 thing needs to be crystal clear.

    Any restrictions you hear about is from the AMERICAN side, the AMERICAN government. NOT the Cuban government or policies. The Cuban gov't do not give a damn about who visits their country for tourism. They even facilitate Americans to visit their island by not stamping USA passports, especially if you request it. They are accommodating Americans who pay to go and spend $ there. Just ask that your passport be not stamped if you have any doubt. They are concerned that you may be in trouble upon return to the USA, that is why they won't stamp your passport.

    Now if you are on a direct flight from Havana back to the USA, then I am not sure who you will be fooling when you arrive at US Customs!

    The most important takeaway I want every reader to understand is as far as Cuba is concerned, their tourism doors are wide open without restriction to all tourists in the world, including Yankees! The embargo is an American thing, it is not reciprocal.
    Respectfully speaking but I don't think anyone posted about problems from the Cuban side.

  8. #1545

    USA. Cuba

    To my American friends concerned about the travel restrictions, 1 thing needs to be crystal clear.

    Any restrictions you hear about is from the AMERICAN side, the AMERICAN government. NOT the Cuban government or policies. The Cuban gov't do not give a damn about who visits their country for tourism. They even facilitate Americans to visit their island by not stamping USA passports, especially if you request it. They are accommodating Americans who pay to go and spend $ there. Just ask that your passport be not stamped if you have any doubt. They are concerned that you may be in trouble upon return to the USA, that is why they won't stamp your passport.

    Now if you are on a direct flight from Havana back to the USA, then I am not sure who you will be fooling when you arrive at US Customs!

    The most important takeaway I want every reader to understand is as far as Cuba is concerned, their tourism doors are wide open without restriction to all tourists in the world, including Yankees! The embargo is an American thing, it is not reciprocal. No matter what Trump does, or any US administration has done in the past, Cuba has never had restrictions for entry into its country for tourism. They are desperate for tourism dollars & foreign currency. It is the lifeline of their economy.

    From the World Travel and Tourism Council, Economic Impact 2017, Tourism in Cuba
    "In total, Travel & Tourism generated US$7.6 trillion (10.2% of global GDP) and 292 million jobs in 2016, equivalent to 1 in 10 jobs in the global economy. The sector accounted for 6.6% of total global exports and almost 30% of total global service exports."

    But if Trump tightens the rules, you ain't going to hear any complaints from anybody but Americans! All the more chicas for us!!

  9. #1544

    Quick Question Regarding the Hurricanes

    Hello, my friends and I are thinking about going to Cuba in November. We are wondering if the main mongering cities got affected by the Hurricane that might impact our trip. Such as the bars, nightclubs, and other spots not affected (are they all open), are the restaurants and houses for rent still okay with power, adequate plumbing, etc. ? Will the chica scene be quieter? I am assuming not much will change, but the news does not get into a lot of specifics about the Hurricane there.
    The CNN reports I saw online showed people in parts of Havana and Camaguey for example wading in waist high water in the cities. I find it hard to believe all is back to normal.
    I knew when Jakarta was hit by severe rainstorms traffic was horrendous, and in the Philippines a monsoon on its way caused us to leave creating havoc to the city. Please advise if anyone, especially with boots on the ground or a friend on the ground can report if all is okay. Thanks.

  10. #1543
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo707  [View Original Post]
    Hey Ty / everybody.

    I'll post a link below of the outfit that was checking out for travel documents on my last trip to la Habana.

    They were checking everyone before letting you on the plane, this was out of LAX last January. I had everything I needed so no problema for me.

    Check out their website since they have lots of info for anyone traveling to Cuba.

    Mondo.

    http://cubatravelservices.com/
    Interesting, the link above has been updated. If you click on the "who can travel" link you will see that the "people to people" category has been deleted and replaced by the " support of the Cuba people'.

  11. #1542
    Quote Originally Posted by VegasCrazyGuy  [View Original Post]
    I just received the form letter from American Airlines today and it has not changed from the one I received back on my June trip. All 12 reasons are still listed. "People to People Visits" are clumped together with "Educational" but it was like that in June too.
    I went twice in August with Southwest Airlines and they didn't have "people to people ". It was " support of the Cuban people " now. So each airline is different. I'm with Mondo about don't get caught lying but if they start enforcing the directive what are we supposed to do? Hopefully it won't get that serious.

  12. #1541
    Quote Originally Posted by MrGogo  [View Original Post]
    I booked a ticket to Havana on Southwest Airlines and initially everything went smooth. Then yesterday I received an email from southwest saying to have my documents ready at the departing airport including permits. They had categories but not the "people to people" category. Public performances, educational, religion and to support the Cuban people. So I called southwest to get a feel of what this means. The first guy on the phone played dumb and kept disappearing for ten minutes at a time and not giving me answers. I then asked for a supervisor which took another ten minutes. When a supervisor got on the line she gave me the bullshit so I then asked direct questions.

    Do I need a special license to travel? You need a passport, visa and documents.

    Okay let me be more specific, will you deny me getting on the flight if I don't have a license? Mr Gogo you need a passport, visa and proper documentation.

    Basically I got no answers from them because they are playing the game.

    I'm guessing they won't make an issue as long as you have a passport and visa but they can't tell you this. So I'm expecting customs to be playing the game on my return to the States so I will keep a few receipts and say I attended some public events.

    I'm also guessing Cuban customs will lighten up with the questions to keep the tourist money coming. Remember before they cooperated with the American govt over the last few years because they wanted to guide you to Cuban govt run businesses that kept the money at the top. Heads up guys.
    I just received the form letter from American Airlines today and it has not changed from the one I received back on my June trip. All 12 reasons are still listed. "People to People Visits" are clumped together with "Educational" but it was like that in June too.

  13. #1540

    Customs

    Quote Originally Posted by MrGogo  [View Original Post]
    I agree, Cuba wants us (and our Deniro) so no problem there. I was very surprised to see in your post that a neighbor country asked for travel reasons. Trumps directive is not in full yet, so I would encourage folks to go now. My Casa owner said he has received many cancellations and it's killing his business.

    A friend that works for US customs said it will be enforced soon. Meaning you will be required to keep receipts, have an itinerary and be a part of a group. He said they will focus on travelers who have been recently and are returning to Cuba to see if they are following the rules they should already know. Newbies will be given a pass the first time and informed of the policy for future travel. He said now customs really don't give a damn but in a few months that could change. The "support for the Cuban people" category has replaced the " people to people " category we have been using.
    Hey Mr G.

    Just want to add for anyone visiting Cuba and coming back to make sure that you are not caught lying. I have a feeling that once the new regs go into effect the Trump team will pretty much will try and discourage anyone from visiting the island and prolly will make an example of anyone caught lying when coming back from Cuba.

    Just my. 02.

    Mondo.

  14. #1539

    Visa info

    Quote Originally Posted by TyDown  [View Original Post]
    Yes no problem, like Gagoo said, if you are a US citizen just check one of the 12 boxes on the form, buy your visa and you're good to go.

    If you're NOT a US citizen, you shouldn't even be required to fill out any paperwork, as the travel restriction only apply to US citizens, the home of the free.
    Hey Ty / everybody.

    I'll post a link below of the outfit that was checking out for travel documents on my last trip to la Habana.

    They were checking everyone before letting you on the plane, this was out of LAX last January. I had everything I needed so no problema for me.

    Check out their website since they have lots of info for anyone traveling to Cuba.

    Mondo.

    http://cubatravelservices.com/

  15. #1538

    Travel

    Quote Originally Posted by Adventurer1  [View Original Post]
    So you say I can travel from US to Cuba and vice versa without problem? (not US citizen).
    Yes no problem, like Gagoo said, if you are a US citizen just check one of the 12 boxes on the form, buy your visa and you're good to go.

    If you're NOT a US citizen, you shouldn't even be required to fill out any paperwork, as the travel restriction only apply to US citizens, the home of the free.

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