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  1. #1344

    Cuba vs USA

    Cuba has been avoiding the invasion by the USA since 1969. Below from counterpunch. Org.

    The list of USA Interventions seeking regime change that followed is too long to detail here. The Bay of Pigs, assassination efforts, hundreds of acts of sabotage and terrorism, and, of course, the embargo since 1960. And what did the embargo seek? Well, President Eisenhower said that "if the Cuban people are hungry they will throw Castro out," a view that President Kennedy reiterated when he asserted that the end of the Revolution would come from "rising discomfort among hungry Cubans. ".

  2. #1343

    Good Info

    Quote Originally Posted by HungWayWayLow  [View Original Post]
    "When you land in Havana, first thing you need to do is to erase the Thai mongering methods from your memory. It simply does not help you in Havana. People, politics, culture everything is different.

    Havana has the discos such as Casa de la Musica, Salon Rojo etc. These are the best bets for a first timer. When you goto these discos, do not compare them to the Gogo bars. A gogo bar has girls working there, they have a number, there is a bar fine, and if the girl does not do it right or steal something then you can come back to the gogo and complain.

    There is no such thing in Havana discos. The chicas come here on their own, same like you go there. It is only a convenient meeting place. You decide who you want to go with, negotiate the cost with her. Often it is the easier part.

    Ok, so you made it to the disco / club, found a girl of your liking and negotiated the cost. What next? In Thailand you will walk away with her, hand in hand, might stop in another bar for a drink with her, or have a seat on the road side and get something to eat from the street vendor and then goto your hotel room and bang her. None of this works in Havana.

    The Havana girl is not going to walk with you in the street. You will rush into a taxi with her, or she might even ask you to go in a taxi and she in another taxi (you pay for that too). If you are staying in a private casa, your owner in most cases will allow you to bring a girl, however she might have to register. In Thailand, she would simply leave the I'd in reception and take it back with her when all is done. Here the casa owner will write her I'd number along with your stay details. Some say it goes to law enforcement, some say no. It all depends. If you are in good terms with the casa owner or the chica is good with the casa owner then there is no registration. To make it simple, you might want to ask her whether she knows a place, she definitely will. It will cost you 10-20-30 cucs depending on how good the place is and how long you want to stay.

    All this would make you think it is all a big hassle and why bothering going to Havana?

    Once you reach the casa, and shut the door. Be nice to the chica, treat her with respect, give her some small gift, be generous with drink, food and money. All in a sudden you will be in heaven. Play some reggageton, she will start moving the hips, tell her to strip for you, most will, get up and hold her from behind, her grinding will work better than Viagara, and then tell her to ride you. You will then know all the hassle is worth it."

    From Taboc, this sums it up for me too!
    Well written report, having spent time in BKK and HAV, I confirm all you have said. No other chica like a Cubana can ride you better, not Colombianas, nor Brazileiras, nor Thais, no wonder they are called jineteras.

  3. #1342

    Baseball

    Going to be in Cuba from April 15-30th. Anyone know if there will be baseball in Havana during that time. Having trouble finding schedules online.

    Thanks

  4. #1341

    HIV in Cuba

    Please be careful boys. An aggressive new strain of HIV has been discovered in Cuba. I see in the Photo Gallery that many of you go bareback, I highly recommend you fellas start wrapping up. Here's the article.

    http://www.caribbean360.com/news/agg...28da1-39319386

    Brussels, Belgium, Thursday February 19,2015 An aggressive new strain of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has been found in Cuba that can progress to AIDS so rapidly that patients may not even know they are infected before symptoms appear, scientists say.

    According to a report in Medical News Today, the Cuban variant of HIV is categorized as a recombinant version of the virus, which can occur if a person engages in unprotected sex with multiple infected partners and contracts multiple strains of the HIV virus, which later recombine within a person to create a new variant.

    In a normal HIV infection, the virus attaches to proteins on the membranes of cells known as CCR5 before it is able to penetrate the cell. Consequently, the HIV-infected patient may experience a number of healthy years before the virus becomes CXCR4, which quickly progresses to AIDS.

    Researchers found that in the new Cuban strain, HIV makes the transition to CXCR4 more quickly than in the other strains, resulting in a reduction in the number of "healthy" years. The new strain can cause AIDS to appear within just three years of infection, the report said.

    Scientists compared recently infected patients with the recombinant form of HIV to patients who had progressed to AIDS after the usual period of infection, and found the recombinant HIV patients had abnormally high doses of the virus as well as high numbers of defensive molecules called RANTES.

    The presence of RANTES was reportedly significant because as part of the typical human response to the virus it binds to CCR5, indicating that the recombinant HIV would have to bypass CCR5 because the protein wasn't available for the virus to anchor to it as it normally would.

    According to the Medical News Today report, when the recombinant virus bypasses the CCR5 and becomes CXCR4, it eliminates the "healthy" stage.

    "So this group of patients that progressed very fast, they were all recently infected," Anne-Mieke Vandamme, study author and medical professor at Belguim's University of Leuven, told Voice of America.

    "And we know that because they had been HIV-negative tested one or a maximum two years before. ".

    The scientists noted that also aiding in the transition to CXCR4 was the presence of a protease, which is an enzyme that cuts proteins in new viruses to enable it to replicate in greater numbers.

    The findings of the study were published in the journal EBioMedicine.

    Researchers are calling for early and frequent testing of people who have unprotected sex with multiple partners, in order for treatment to begin promptly.

    Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/news/agg...overed-in-cuba#ixzz3 Saw0 Ti2 Z.

  5. #1340
    age of consent vs age of majority

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    greetings gentlemen,

    the age of consent is the age in which girls can participate in consensual, non-commercial sex with their teen-age boyfriend without said teen-age boyfriend being charged with statutory [CodeWord123].

    however, the age of consent is irrelevant to the members of this forum.

    what you need to focus on is the age of majority, which among other things is the age in which they can vote, get married, enlist in the military, and participate in commercial sex activities.

    please exercise caution and govern yourself accordingly.

    thanks,

    jackson

  6. #1339
    Quote Originally Posted by StudBucket  [View Original Post]
    This is very funny and a great short report. I like how you say her grinding you will work better than Viagra. LOL. Quick question, Hung Low, how much do you pay more or less for TLN (all night long) with the girls? I have never been to Cuba, but want to go this year.

    SB.
    Actually the last reports state that the girls from the discos run about 50 to 70 cuc for all night long and a private casa will run about 20 to 30 cuc? Was that about right?

    Thanks.

  7. #1338
    Quote Originally Posted by HungWayWayLow  [View Original Post]
    "When you land in Havana, first thing you need to do is to erase the Thai mongering methods from your memory. It simply does not help you in Havana. People, politics, culture everything is different.

    Havana has the discos such as Casa de la Musica, Salon Rojo etc. These are the best bets for a first timer. When you goto these discos, do not compare them to the Gogo bars. A gogo bar has girls working there, they have a number, there is a bar fine, and if the girl does not do it right or steal something then you can come back to the gogo and complain.

    There is no such thing in Havana discos. The chicas come here on their own, same like you go there. It is only a convenient meeting place. You decide who you want to go with, negotiate the cost with her. Often it is the easier part.

    Ok, so you made it to the disco / club, found a girl of your liking and negotiated the cost. What next? In Thailand you will walk away with her, hand in hand, might stop in another bar for a drink with her, or have a seat on the road side and get something to eat from the street vendor and then goto your hotel room and bang her. None of this works in Havana.

    The Havana girl is not going to walk with you in the street. You will rush into a taxi with her, or she might even ask you to go in a taxi and she in another taxi (you pay for that too). If you are staying in a private casa, your owner in most cases will allow you to bring a girl, however she might have to register. In Thailand, she would simply leave the I'd in reception and take it back with her when all is done. Here the casa owner will write her I'd number along with your stay details. Some say it goes to law enforcement, some say no. It all depends. If you are in good terms with the casa owner or the chica is good with the casa owner then there is no registration. To make it simple, you might want to ask her whether she knows a place, she definitely will. It will cost you 10-20-30 cucs depending on how good the place is and how long you want to stay.

    All this would make you think it is all a big hassle and why bothering going to Havana?

    Once you reach the casa, and shut the door. Be nice to the chica, treat her with respect, give her some small gift, be generous with drink, food and money. All in a sudden you will be in heaven. Play some reggageton, she will start moving the hips, tell her to strip for you, most will, get up and hold her from behind, her grinding will work better than Viagara, and then tell her to ride you. You will then know all the hassle is worth it."

    From Taboc, this sums it up for me too!
    This is very funny and a great short report. I like how you say her grinding you will work better than Viagra. LOL. Quick question, Hung Low, how much do you pay more or less for TLN (all night long) with the girls? I have never been to Cuba, but want to go this year.

    SB.

  8. #1337
    Guys,

    Can anybody help with these questions?

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSkyOne  [View Original Post]
    Hello all,

    I was wondering if you could advise a good and reliable travel agent to buy flight ticket from Cancun to Havana.

    Do you recommend flying to Cancun and purchasing the ticket at the airport? Do you need to have room / hotel reservation paper work to show to immigration at Havana airport?

    Planning to be there in late June. Is anyone else going there in the same timeframe? Send me a PM if you want to meet there.

    Thank you for your help.

  9. #1336
    Quote Originally Posted by Bart1  [View Original Post]
    All I know is that on previous visits my Canadian passport was not stamped but when I arrived Varadero last month from Canada I was surprised to the cubana sweetheart customs officer imprint a bright red stamp. Not sure about an exit stamp, my passport currently in a hotel safety box in south america. PM me if you want more info and I could go have a look at my passport.
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fi...port_Stamp.JPG

  10. #1335

    Stamped in Varadero April 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by ElChico  [View Original Post]
    I have heard from a very reliable source that Cuba has officially changed its policy and now stamps all passports. I'm not sure if you ask before they do it if you can avoid the stamp. I'd be interested to hear any experiences in the last couple of weeks.
    All I know is that on previous visits my Canadian passport was not stamped but when I arrived Varadero last month from Canada I was surprised to the cubana sweetheart customs officer imprint a bright red stamp. Not sure about an exit stamp, my passport currently in a hotel safety box in south america. PM me if you want more info and I could go have a look at my passport.

  11. #1334

    Stamp

    I go Cuba week from now Monday 2nd of June. I let you people know if they stamp passport or not. For me it is not a problem because I am from Finland.

    Quote Originally Posted by ElChico  [View Original Post]
    I have heard from a very reliable source that Cuba has officially changed its policy and now stamps all passports. I'm not sure if you ask before they do it if you can avoid the stamp. I'd be interested to hear any experiences in the last couple of weeks.

  12. #1333

    New policy for stamping passports

    I have heard from a very reliable source that Cuba has officially changed its policy and now stamps all passports. I'm not sure if you ask before they do it if you can avoid the stamp. I'd be interested to hear any experiences in the last couple of weeks.

  13. #1332

    Passport is must.

    Everybody needs valid passport and turist card to enter Cuba. Some may even need other type of visa instead of turist card. PR is not any legal travel document.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sammytheman  [View Original Post]
    Hey fellas. I have a friend who is not a Canadian citizen and just has a PR card. Can he travel to Cuba with it? Thanks. I tried calling the Canadian government but they are closed on weekends. Thanks.

  14. #1331

    No Visa needed for anyone(really)

    A buddy of mine says no one need a visa to goto Cuba, all you need is the tourist card from the airline. If the airline you fly can not give you, then you have to get that from Cuban embassy. I asked him whether he is sure, he is sure.

    I would still recommend you calling the airline, as we are drinking here in BKK and banging submissive thai chicas, and he is all happy, and times like this, he is known to talk more thanwhat he knows.

    Quote Originally Posted by Taboc  [View Original Post]
    Agree with Questner. Your friend has PR (like green card here), so he can leave Canada, go any country he wants and come back to Canada. The question is whether Cuba will admit him once he lands there.

    Cuba allows citizens from some 25+ countries without any visa, most countries and Cuba's old buddy Russians do not need a visa. Other nationals will need a visa. Not many know that even those with Australian / UK / French / Canadian passports need a visa. The Cuban visa is the tourist card given by the airline, so instead of applying for a visa, one can simply get this card from the airline and travel to Cuba (so my Canadian friend thinks he does not need a visa).

    The big question is, which country's passport your friend has. Call up the local Canadian embassy and also call the airline, tell them about the passport and see whether he could get the travel card, if he can, then he is all good to go there and come back to Canada.

  15. #1330
    Agree with Questner. Your friend has PR (like green card here), so he can leave Canada, go any country he wants and come back to Canada. The question is whether Cuba will admit him once he lands there.

    Cuba allows citizens from some 25+ countries without any visa, most countries and Cuba's old buddy Russians do not need a visa. Other nationals will need a visa. Not many know that even those with Australian / UK / French / Canadian passports need a visa. The Cuban visa is the tourist card given by the airline, so instead of applying for a visa, one can simply get this card from the airline and travel to Cuba (so my Canadian friend thinks he does not need a visa).

    The big question is, which country's passport your friend has. Call up the local Canadian embassy and also call the airline, tell them about the passport and see whether he could get the travel card, if he can, then he is all good to go there and come back to Canada.

    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    Your friend needs a valid passport of the country of his or her origin. He or she may need a tourist visa to Cuba based on the country of origin. See online, ask an agent or contact Cuban authorities in Canada:

    .

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