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  1. #1509

    Havana

    Quote Originally Posted by Capichon2010  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    I'd like some advice from some experienced fellows who have been to Cuba several times. I'd like to know your opinion about girls from the Capital Havana and inner cities (provinces) such as Pinar del Rio, Camaguey, Cienfuegos, Holguin, etc. Do you find a difference about these last ones as far as being more old-fashioned, less spoiled, or less "slutty" than Havana girls or it makes no difference at all? I'm from the States and speak fluent Spanish and English and planning on taking my first adventure to Cuba in January of next year. I have made friends with some Cubans through facebook and other social sites, and I'm considering to go after the "non-pros" if possible.

    Thank you for your time.
    The chicas who LIVE in Havana are much more likely to be hard core pros. The best bet and I have succeeded here, is to find a chica in Havana who is on 'vacation' in Havana from the provinces. She is basically earning some money for her family far away from family and home where she is recognized. These girls often are in the hands of pimps, even temporarily (who harden them), but they are the gems to be found.

    In the provinces less likely to be hard core, but it all depends on how long they have been in the business!

  2. #1508

    Habana vs provincia chicas

    Quote Originally Posted by Capichon2010  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    I'd like some advice from some experienced fellows who have been to Cuba several times. I'd like to know your opinion about girls from the Capital Havana and inner cities (provinces) such as Pinar del Rio, Camaguey, Cienfuegos, Holguin, etc. Do you find a difference about these last ones as far as being more old-fashioned, less spoiled, or less "slutty" than Havana girls or it makes no difference at all? I'm from the States and speak fluent Spanish and English and planning on taking my first adventure to Cuba in January of next year. I have made friends with some Cubans through facebook and other social sites, and I'm considering to go after the "non-pros" if possible.

    Thank you for your time.
    Hey Cap,

    As a general rule the chicas in la Habana are much more "hard core" than the chicas throughout the rest of the island.

    If you are after meeting a local and having more of a GFE type of experience your chances are way better to hit the jackpot out in the provinces that in la Habana, not to say it can't happen in la Habana just way lower odds of this happening.

    One thing to understand, there is some dues to pay if this is your 1st trip so be aware of this, not saying you'll strike out but let's say you might not be able to hit it out of the park, just hope for a single and if you get more than that you'll be quite pleased and not disappointed.

    But going with an open mind and able to enjoy the culture that in itself is quite rewarding. Remember you have an advantage some mongers here don't which is the language barrier, that should make it a lot easier for you, so maybe you'll hit a double, LOL.

    Mondo.

  3. #1507

    Habana girls vs girls from inner cities

    Hi,

    I'd like some advice from some experienced fellows who have been to Cuba several times. I'd like to know your opinion about girls from the Capital Havana and inner cities (provinces) such as Pinar del Rio, Camaguey, Cienfuegos, Holguin, etc. Do you find a difference about these last ones as far as being more old-fashioned, less spoiled, or less "slutty" than Havana girls or it makes no difference at all? I'm from the States and speak fluent Spanish and English and planning on taking my first adventure to Cuba in January of next year. I have made friends with some Cubans through facebook and other social sites, and I'm considering to go after the "non-pros" if possible.

    Thank you for your time.

  4. #1506
    Quote Originally Posted by VegasCrazyGuy  [View Original Post]
    Talked to someone I know who's brother lives in Cuba and was told this:

    "I asked my brother about places in Cuba in this mourning period and bars are still open, also restaurants, almost everything is open, of course it will be calmer than usually but better than you think. ".
    Absolutely not true. I just got back last night after 5 days in Santiago. Clubs are closed and their are no liquor sales. The country is in mourning. Grownman found one place that had a few beers and it was like finding Santa on Christmas. I had my neighbor sale me a bottle of rum for 8 cuc. I spent my last two nights sitting on my balcony sipping that rum with my girl. Even with that we had a good time and still enjoyed the city. Report coming later.

  5. #1505

    Mourning Period in Cuba

    Talked to someone I know who's brother lives in Cuba and was told this:

    "I asked my brother about places in Cuba in this mourning period and bars are still open, also restaurants, almost everything is open, of course it will be calmer than usually but better than you think. ".

  6. #1504

    100% in agreement

    Quote Originally Posted by Taboc  [View Original Post]
    Fidel has done as much as any one has done for his country. I will argue he has done more than anyone else. From a casino rat hole and bonded labor plantations, the country today is safe, good health care, no one sleeps hungry and advances in medical research. The country is even providing free medical education to students from poor / developing nations and dispatches help whenever there is a natural disaster somewhere in the world. I keep telling guys in Cuba, if your country is bad, how come you are more healthy, macho and live longer than most guys on other countries.

    I just returned three weeks back and heading there tomorrow, and will accompany his remains from Havana to Santiago. I will not touch liquor or chicas out of respect for the great man.
    Hey Taboc,

    I have to agree with you 100% on your post. Problem with most people here is they have been hearing about all the "awful" things Fidel had done since the Revolucion triumph in 1959 in order to tow the official line coming out of DC and they have come to believe all the propaganda they get thru their MSM, tv and print.

    Not to say Cuba is perfect, not by any means, and that they have been many errors / mistakes along the way but in the overall scheme of things what Fidel brought to that island was the sense of self worth which it never had before.

    Wish you well my friend and I wish I could be there with you on the going home caravana back to Santiago.

    Mondo.

  7. #1503
    Quote Originally Posted by Advantageous  [View Original Post]
    It's fucking Fidel Castro, not the King of Thailand!
    Fidel has done as much as any one has done for his country. I will argue he has done more than anyone else. From a casino rat hole and bonded labor plantations, the country today is safe, good health care, no one sleeps hungry and advances in medical research. The country is even providing free medical education to students from poor / developing nations and dispatches help whenever there is a natural disaster somewhere in the world. I keep telling guys in Cuba, if your country is bad, how come you are more healthy, macho and live longer than most guys on other countries.

    I just returned three weeks back and heading there tomorrow, and will accompany his remains from Havana to Santiago. I will not touch liquor or chicas out of respect for the great man.

  8. #1502
    Quote Originally Posted by Advantageous  [View Original Post]
    Are you FUCKING KIDDING? It's fucking Fidel Castro, not the King of Thailand! My trip spans the entire fucking mourning period; I literally leave the 5th, the day it's lifted. I wonder if it's too late to get JetBlue to change my ticket.
    You might consider it. They even prohibited selling alcohol during these days.

  9. #1501
    Quote Originally Posted by ElGrande  [View Original Post]
    I just got notice from a local that Cuba announced national mourning of 10 days. No public music allowed. All clubs will be closed for ten days now.
    Are you FUCKING KIDDING? It's fucking Fidel Castro, not the King of Thailand! My trip spans the entire fucking mourning period; I literally leave the 5th, the day it's lifted. I wonder if it's too late to get JetBlue to change my ticket.

  10. #1500

    All clubs closed 10 days

    I just got notice from a local that Cuba announced national mourning of 10 days. No public music allowed. All clubs will be closed for ten days now.

  11. #1499
    Quote Originally Posted by HappyCamper505  [View Original Post]
    Want to go Jan or December.
    How about the week of February 20th? Are you American? What are your travel plans?

  12. #1498

    Death of Fidel Castro

    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    Fidel RIP.
    Of course, as mongers, we always want to know what world developments mean for our "hobby". All I know is that I had some beautiful, white, natural blonde Cuban pussy and asshole in Seville, Spain once (she kind of looked like Fergie from the musical group The Black-Eyed Peas but even hotter), and I've been wanting to go to Cuba ever since LOL! Yeah, she was a tute! And a good tute too!

  13. #1497

    Fidel Castro dead age 90

    Fidel RIP.

  14. #1496

    Looking for wing man

    Want to go Jan or December.

  15. #1495

    Cigar aficionados

    Hey fellow mongers.

    Just read this article and thought to pass the info along for those of you that are cigar aficionados, enjoy.

    http://cubajournal.co/the-5-best-cuban-cigars-for-2017/

    Mondo.

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