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  1. Sad to see. A lot of us have spent some good times here. NYE was a BLAST. Now this. I wanna cry. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  2. Late 70's 8-9-8. They smoke like a dream, but I cringe every time that I take another one out of the box.
  3. I had a group chat with a half dozen friends on the island last night. Food and water are becoming a concern, but they are used to getting by on less...apparently certain parts of the city only have water a few days per week. Schools are closed, most if not all of the hotels are closed. Parque Central is open and has 30 total guests as of yesterday afternoon. They are cutting staff down to a skeleton crew. On a good note, there are tankers on the way from VZ with oil/products which they so vitally need for agriculture, power generation, etc. I have an American buddy who's been 'hiding out" in an apartment in Havana, waiting for his flight out. A week ago, he was told by authorities that if they saw him on the street again, he would be detained until his flight left 4-01. Crazy times. Everywhere.
  4. Alex is a member here...perhaps he can answer.
  5. Any thoughts? Temperature screening of every airline passenger? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  6. 90 min or a few over that for me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  7. Mike, have you seen the forecast for N GA the next 48 hours. Tons of rain and winds 30-45 mph. Wishing I were already in Havana!
  8. Spending the new year in Havana is a tradition for me. I usually go in on the 30th, and stay for a week. The NYE party at the Tropicana is EPIC. Great weather, not many tourists . Wait...what am I saying..it's a TERRIBLE time to go 😉
  9. Interesting. I was told that none of the private businesses want CUC now, they all want to horde USD. ??? Crazy times. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. I’m being told that on the “private” market, the USD is now worth slightly more than the CUC. I’m being advised to bring small denomination USD ( because change is being given in CUC & CUP) and only carry a small amount of CUC for purchases at government businesses. Anyone else hearing this advice? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro

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