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  1. #1426
    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny12  [View Original Post]
    I've been dating (i.e., banging once a week) a Cubana in the USA, who tells me she's going to cut my balls off if she ever catches me cheating on her. She used to live in a small town in Cuba and went to Havana to make money. She left Cuba about 1-1/2 years ago, so would have been there until about mid-2015.

    I asked her what her favorite club was in Havana. She said Capri, across the street from Hotel Nacional. Two questions, the club would actually be Salon Rojo del Capri, right? And, as to Cuban women, did only hookers hang out there, say around 2010 to mid 2015? Thanks.
    Hmmm, I met a local chica through a website and she was definitely no hooker. We have hung out on a few trips and when I went on my last trip with my buddy, she suggested we go there as a group with some of her friends. Trust me, none of them were hookers. But let me be the first to say that anyone in the hobby should be able to pick up the hooker vibes. And yes, threatening a detachment of your manhood is generally a good giveaway haha.

  2. #1425
    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny12  [View Original Post]
    I've been dating (i.e., banging once a week) a Cubana in the USA, who tells me she's going to cut my balls off if she ever catches me cheating on her. She used to live in a small town in Cuba and went to Havana to make money. She left Cuba about 1-1/2 years ago, so would have been there until about mid-2015.

    I asked her what her favorite club was in Havana. She said Capri, across the street from Hotel Nacional. Two questions, the club would actually be Salon Rojo del Capri, right? And, as to Cuban women, did only hookers hang out there, say around 2010 to mid 2015? Thanks.
    The truth is YES, sorry buddy but she's a hooker. Don't invest your heart in her. Trust me on this.

    The Tall Man.

  3. #1424

    Contact

    Quote Originally Posted by Enogoing  [View Original Post]
    Hi Mondo,

    Had no idea you reply to my post. Yeah. So looking for an affordable long term rental. Can I find one. How long can an American stay there for? I'm currently in Thailand and am willing to relocated even during the hot months. Is there any way we can communicate directly without email? Not supposed to exchange it so. I want to find out about the rentals, prices or gals, visa to stay there and best ways to get there.

    Thank you Mondo.

    Where are you going to be there again? Next round is on me.

    Thank you,

    Enogoing
    Hey Enogoing,

    Yeah, I can hook you up with the place I stay, no problem there. Just send me your info via PM and we can go from there.

    One thing though since I don't know who you are I am guessing you are not going to fuck up my cred with this place right? I've been staying there the last few times and develop a trust with the owners there.

    Mondo.

  4. #1423

    Affordable long term rental?

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

    For your info, a casa cost anywhere from 25 to you name it. This all depend the area of Habana you are in (neighborhood) Also, you could rent a private room for less but then you have to deal with the owner / landlord (co-habituating) and whatever that might bring with it, good or bad.

    Just to give you an idea, I will be arriving next week (24th) and will be staying in the Vedado area, a couple of blocks from the famous Hotel Nacional, this is a primo location and can walk to a lot of "action" from my place. AWESOME view of Habana bay, El Morro castle and the Malecon (boardwalk).

    I'm renting a whole one bedroom apartment and this place would go for 40 CUC (money used by tourists) I will be paying 35 CUC since I've stayed there before plus I stay for 4 weeks this time..
    Hi Mondo,

    Had no idea you reply to my post. Yeah. So looking for an affordable long term rental. Can I find one. How long can an American stay there for? I'm currently in Thailand and am willing to relocated even during the hot months. Is there any way we can communicate directly without email? Not supposed to exchange it so. I want to find out about the rentals, prices or gals, visa to stay there and best ways to get there.

    Thank you Mondo.

    Where are you going to be there again? Next round is on me.

    Thank you,

    Enogoing

  5. #1422
    Salon Rojo was just a puta palace but they do hold concerts there. I understand for those events, Havana's new rich hang there. For those without a discerning eye, I guess you best avoid the 'events'. For those with a discerning eye, lots of chicas out to earn.

  6. #1421

    Agree

    Quote Originally Posted by RacShack  [View Original Post]
    Nothing but hookers, hardcore at that.
    Hey Rc,

    I wholeheartedly agree with you on the Salon Rojo at the Capri hotel and the crowd there.

    There is one in a BILLION chance to meet a regular chica there since all the ones that make it inside are hard core jineteras.

    Just my 02 cents.

    Mondo.

  7. #1420

    Correct,

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny12  [View Original Post]
    I've been dating (i.e., banging once a week) a Cubana in the USA, who tells me she's going to cut my balls off if she ever catches me cheating on her. She used to live in a small town in Cuba and went to Havana to make money. She left Cuba about 1-1/2 years ago, so would have been there until about mid-2015.

    I asked her what her favorite club was in Havana. She said Capri, across the street from Hotel Nacional. Two questions, the club would actually be Salon Rojo del Capri, right? And, as to Cuban women, did only hookers hang out there, say around 2010 to mid 2015? Thanks.
    Nothing but hookers, hardcore at that.

  8. #1419

    Salon Rojo: Was the love of my life a hooker in Havana?

    I've been dating (i.e., banging once a week) a Cubana in the USA, who tells me she's going to cut my balls off if she ever catches me cheating on her. She used to live in a small town in Cuba and went to Havana to make money. She left Cuba about 1-1/2 years ago, so would have been there until about mid-2015.

    I asked her what her favorite club was in Havana. She said Capri, across the street from Hotel Nacional. Two questions, the club would actually be Salon Rojo del Capri, right? And, as to Cuban women, did only hookers hang out there, say around 2010 to mid 2015? Thanks.

  9. #1418
    Czech beer? What about Crystal and Bucanero? Those brands have been hard to come by excepet at resorts and restaurants. Walk into any Rapido and there isn't any. Just Heineken and whatever Czech / Dutch / Mexican / Dominican beer they happen to have.

    It doesn't hurt that a general's son has distribution right to some of those beers but how can they not have domestic?

    I have heard all sorts of reasons, I. E. No money to buy aluminum for cans but many suspect that the lack of domestics enriches the general's son's import and distribution business.

  10. #1417

    Read it

    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    News reports say that since more tourists have been visiting Cuba, demand for beer has grown significantly and the main local manufacturer, Bucanero has not been able to keep up. This has presented an opportunity for the Dominican Republic. A recent story in the San Francisco Gate reports that Cuba will be now importing three million cases of beer from the Dominican Republic. Tourists in Cuba will be drinking Presidente beer.

    http://www.sfgate.com/travel/article...ts-7240088.php
    Hey Subcomdr,

    Yeah man, I read it from a different source and it said that since the Czech Republic had not been able to keep supplies (ingredients) flowing and with the increase in tourists arrivals, Cuba would need to buy either from the DR or from another country to meke sure they keep everyone happy since the hot weather is not too far off.

    Mondo.

  11. #1416

    Dominican beer exports to Cuba

    News reports say that since more tourists have been visiting Cuba, demand for beer has grown significantly and the main local manufacturer, Bucanero has not been able to keep up. This has presented an opportunity for the Dominican Republic. A recent story in the San Francisco Gate reports that Cuba will be now importing three million cases of beer from the Dominican Republic. Tourists in Cuba will be drinking Presidente beer.

    http://www.sfgate.com/travel/article...ts-7240088.php

  12. #1415
    Well said!

    Quote Originally Posted by CocoDesIles  [View Original Post]
    As far as I am concerned, I would feel bad if my happiness had to depend on other's deprivation. I was back in Cuba last month and I had brought a cell phone I used as a present to a nice educated 25 years Jinetera. She never had a cell phone before. Now she is all over Facebook and sending emails worldwide'. And I am so happy she is. Because when I see 6 years old stupid innocent kids with cell phones back home I wonder what's going on in this world! Going back to previous posts in this thread, I believe the danger is not the 'cousins' in Miami looking forward a revenged sex invasion of the beloved island. No the danger is the invasion of a bunch of not so- educated, not speaking a word of Spanish, not very smart Americans looking for 'deals'. At the same time I want to thank President Obama for his actions towards Cuba. All you Americans should be proud of him for restoring your country's respect to Cuba. As a Canadian I salute his visit to Cuba next Monday, March 21,2016.

  13. #1414
    Quote Originally Posted by CocoDesIles  [View Original Post]
    As far as I am concerned, I would feel bad if my happiness had to depend on other's deprivation. I was back in Cuba last month and I had brought a cell phone I used as a present to a nice educated 25 years Jinetera. She never had a cell phone before. Now she is all over Facebook and sending emails worldwide'. And I am so happy she is. Because when I see 6 years old stupid innocent kids with cell phones back home I wonder what's going on in this world! Going back to previous posts in this thread, I believe the danger is not the 'cousins' in Miami looking forward a revenged sex invasion of the beloved island. No the danger is the invasion of a bunch of not so- educated, not speaking a word of Spanish, not very smart Americans looking for 'deals'. At the same time I want to thank President Obama for his actions towards Cuba. All you Americans should be proud of him for restoring your country's respect to Cuba. As a Canadian I salute his visit to Cuba next Monday, March 21,2016.
    I can respect that also. Funny but I can remember when girls would carry around phones that didn't work, just to use the clock because they couldn't afford a watch.

  14. #1413
    Quote Originally Posted by Combo  [View Original Post]
    The "good old days" in Cuba were gone about 15 years ago. When I first went in the 90's, no Cuban had internet (it was illegal). Girls were virtually begging male tourists to spend time with them.
    As far as I am concerned, I would feel bad if my happiness had to depend on other's deprivation. I was back in Cuba last month and I had brought a cell phone I used as a present to a nice educated 25 years Jinetera. She never had a cell phone before. Now she is all over Facebook and sending emails worldwide'. And I am so happy she is. Because when I see 6 years old stupid innocent kids with cell phones back home I wonder what's going on in this world! Going back to previous posts in this thread, I believe the danger is not the 'cousins' in Miami looking forward a revenged sex invasion of the beloved island. No the danger is the invasion of a bunch of not so- educated, not speaking a word of Spanish, not very smart Americans looking for 'deals'. At the same time I want to thank President Obama for his actions towards Cuba. All you Americans should be proud of him for restoring your country's respect to Cuba. As a Canadian I salute his visit to Cuba next Monday, March 21,2016.

  15. #1412
    The "good old days" in Cuba were gone about 15 years ago. When I first went in the 90's, no Cuban had internet (it was illegal). Girls were virtually begging male tourists to spend time with them. Things starting going downhill with the crackdowns on the girls in 2000. Then a few years later, the government finally relented and allowed their citizens to have internet access. In recent years, more and more US tourists have arrived which frequently spoils a mongering destination. It's been one thing after another that has gradually worsened the scene over the last 15 years.

    I still go back because I have intense interest in Afro-Cuban music and dance, but as a pure mongering destination, there are many better places.

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