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  1. #1316
    Very interesting.

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  3. #1314
    You brought up a good point, 'respect'.

    Once I was with a chica and got an sms from a lady head hunter who had promised me work, the message said that my contract work is not renewed, so I was upset and said what a fucking ***** when I read the message. This chica heard me say that and said '***** similar puta'. I asked her how she knows that as she can barely say anything in English, and she said at least she knows the bad words and take offense to them. This chica has her tia in Miami, so I am sure she must have learned from her cousins who come to Cuba once a year for vacation. This chica is too good to be true, I will take flight just to fuck her and come back. But, oh boy, to get her in mood to fuck, I have to go thru hell, she does not want money but loves musica, romantico, perfume, massage.

    Question is, should one have to go thru all this to fuck a chica in Cuba.

    I guess it depends, if guys have gf and wife to whom they are doing all this shit back home, then I would think they want just an easy bang in Cuba and don't want to do all this, and there is nothing wrong in that, and they have places like the discos where there are easy picks. Goto a club, pick your poison, negotiate, find a casa, do the deed, drink / eat and sleep and repeat the same. Even in that case, a little bit of respect for the chica would go a long way.

    Keep in mind Cuba is still a macho society, so you need to take charge, control the chica and tell her who is the boss. But doing it in a respectful way is the key, I myself is not perfect at this, learning it in every experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kalifornication  [View Original Post]
    Well said. I hold a similar opinion. In the past I payed with the so called pros, but there is not much that they offer, and why? When, as most of us should know by now, it is not necessary in Cuba, at least not at this moment in time. Most Cuban women, if you show them and their culture the respect they and it deserves, will be very open to a date and all that goes along with that without asking for a dime (that's their pride) , but you should nonetheless offer them help, not for the sex of course.

  4. #1313
    Well said. I hold a similar opinion. In the past I payed with the so called pros, but there is not much that they offer, and why? When, as most of us should know by now, it is not necessary in Cuba, at least not at this moment in time. Most Cuban women, if you show them and their culture the respect they and it deserves, will be very open to a date and all that goes along with that without asking for a dime (that's their pride) , but you should nonetheless offer them help, not for the sex of course.

    Quote Originally Posted by Taboc  [View Original Post]
    About 90% of the chicas I bang are not putas. They are normal girls, who have a regular job, still fuck tourists for money. In other words, they do not wake up thinking they need to find a tourist to make money, when I pull their panties down, then one look at the crack would tell me what they are upto, or when I see their clothing, stuff at their home, I can tell they are putas or not. So I care about them, I have come to know many of their family members and it helps me and them.

    I have messages asking for help, I do not know these folks requesting help. Are they good, are they healthy, are they going to harm the chica? Sometimes I wonder whether they are some sort of LE. So finding it difficult to respond back.

    Not really sure what to do. One hand I want to help on the other I am concerned.

  5. #1312

    Helping others

    About 90% of the chicas I bang are not putas. They are normal girls, who have a regular job, still fuck tourists for money. In other words, they do not wake up thinking they need to find a tourist to make money, when I pull their panties down, then one look at the crack would tell me what they are upto, or when I see their clothing, stuff at their home, I can tell they are putas or not. So I care about them, I have come to know many of their family members and it helps me and them.

    I have messages asking for help, I do not know these folks requesting help. Are they good, are they healthy, are they going to harm the chica? Sometimes I wonder whether they are some sort of LE. So finding it difficult to respond back.

    Not really sure what to do. One hand I want to help on the other I am concerned.

  6. #1311
    Quote Originally Posted by DMonger2013  [View Original Post]
    What are the chances that me and my Canadiqn buddies will catch the Olympics some where in Havana? If so where would you suggest? CBC is broadcasting the game in Canada.

    How do cell phone networks work down there? Is there a place where you might get wifi, even at a cost?

    Your feedback would be greatly appreciated.
    You can watch the Olympics at most hotels.

    Canadian cell phones work just fine in Cuba. Hotel Parque Central has wifi.

  7. #1310

    Leaving for Havana next week and have two questions.

    What are the chances that me and my Canadiqn buddies will catch the Olympics some where in Havana? If so where would you suggest? CBC is broadcasting the game in Canada.

    How do cell phone networks work down there? Is there a place where you might get wifi, even at a cost?

    Your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

  8. #1309

    Dude, how about a proper report!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wushuwuu  [View Original Post]
    Just came back from Havana and had a good time. Had a good time with some non-pro girls and also as SW lover, I had some good time with some girls. Prices were still same as couple of years ago, but girls were much prettier.
    I am sorry, but your report as written provides nothing of value to someone that is planning a trip to Cuba. I think others would agree with my opinion. If you are reporting here, it is safe to assume that you spent some time reading reports by others. Imagine how horrible this site would be if everyone else gave reports the same way as you just did.

    So you had a good time with some non-pros, so where and how did you meet them, where did you do the deed and how much did it cost you? We need details, details, details.

  9. #1308
    Just came back from Havana and had a good time. Had a good time with some non-pro girls and also as SW lover, I had some good time with some girls. Prices were still same as couple of years ago, but girls were much prettier.

  10. #1307
    Quote Originally Posted by Digital Curry  [View Original Post]
    THE PARTY IS SO FUCKING OVER!
    I think the party is over in Havana. Here is some parts of the real conversation.

    - One chica told me she likes Grey Goose vodka with Red bull, and wondered whether I could it for her from the black market.

    - Another chica and her mother said they love crema liquor, not the Cuban ones, they want Baileys.

    - One chica said that her customers always take her to some fucking expensive jazz club.

    - Amor, I do not like $1 perfume, they are cheap, me gusta Channel.

    - Amigo, what car you drive back home. Do you want to rent a car here, I know someone who can rent a convertible audi for $200 / day.

    Above all, this smarty girl from Alamar told me, I get rice and beans to eat, I do not need cheap money to get the same. If I am getting fucked then I will make sure I make at least $100 a night plus taxi money.

  11. #1306
    Digital Curry. I am sorry how Cuba has turned out for you but for me it is better than Morocco, Germany, Holland, Dominican Republic, US of A and Canada. I did not go in 90s where girls would line up outside to suck my dick. I don't like those kinds of girls anyway. I like a little bit of chase. It makes things a little exciting. For me, it has changed a bit in Holguin where there are now a lot more tourists than before and THEY are fucking up the prices NOT the chicas. I don't know where you got the idea that AIDS is rampant. I think Cuba has better healthcare system then any other 3rd world country plus who the fcuk would do a puta bareback? I only do BBBJ and sex with my girlfriend whom I know for 3 years now. To sum it up, its how you play the game. I always have an amazing time in Cuba, not just for the pussy but for the music, beaches, nightlife and weather. If you're going only for sex, stay home and bang some escorts. You'll save a TON of money.

  12. #1305
    Quote Originally Posted by Rock Harders  [View Original Post]
    In a half dozens trips over the past two or three years I have never been asked for proof of medical insurance .
    Yes, no one asked me about the insurance as well. I carry a print out of my visa card travel health coverage in my travel bag all the time, so if they ask ever I will show them that.

  13. #1304
    Quote Originally Posted by Havana927  [View Original Post]
    I wanted to know. When you leave Cuba. Is it true you have to pay $25.00 per day for health insurance?
    $25 CUC cuban pesos exit tax. At the exchange rate it's a little less than $30 US. Depends on exchange rates.

    The medical tax is when you enter the country. I only got charged one or two times out of several trips.

    The medical tax when enforced was $3 or $4 per day.

    But the ripoffs always change with the Cubans, so who knows the cost tomorrow will be?

  14. #1303
    Quote Originally Posted by The Dirty Pirate  [View Original Post]
    No. You pay a 25 peso exit tax. The insurance is when you enter the country, if the lines for immigration aren't too long try to get in without it. Sometimes immigration forgets to ask I guess. However if they ask and you don't have it, you got to go buy it and go through the line for immigration again.
    In a half dozens trips over the past two or three years I have never been asked for proof of medical insurance (same goes for all the different people in my group). Upon deplaning at HAV you go directly to immigration control; while in line a plainclothes police officer may interview you, ask if you have any satellite phones, what you do for a living, etc. Next you pass your carry on bags through a scanner; on your way to retrieve checked luggage you pass by another control point staffed by medical personnel. They ask where you are coming from (or may say nothing and wave you through) but I have not seen them ask for proof of insurance let alone pressure anyone into buying medical insurance. The next and final step is customs who conduct additional prying interviews, may scan search / scan luggage, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havana927  [View Original Post]
    I wanted to know. When you leave Cuba. Is it true you have to pay $25.00 per day for health insurance?
    No. You pay a 25 peso exit tax. The insurance is when you enter the country, if the lines for immigration aren't too long try to get in without it. Sometimes immigration forgets to ask I guess. However if they ask and you don't have it, you got to go buy it and go through the line for immigration again.

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