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  1. Health warning stickers plastered on them..... really dolled them up for a sale! Lol. Guantanamera and Belinda tubos looked retro for sure! Cigars just sitting hotel teinda.... no bothers given. Looked and opened a few tubos......great looking and smelling cigars oddly enough. Surprised the shit out me. Spot on. It’s one of those things like it’s no big deal there....just buy some Cubans, chuck them on the shelf and if we sell them, we sell them.
  2. Looked like anywhere between 5000 to 25000 colones..... 10 to 50 US.....ballparkish.
  3. Travelled a lot, Cuba many times, I’m a cigar nut among many of my other vices... a good double IPA, kiteboarding, skiing the course. Flying out of Liberia, Costa Rica and overnighting at the Hilton Garden Airport. Stumbled in to grab some cokes for my rum at the hotel tienda. Boom! Fake Cubanas. Nope. All real. Crazy amigos. World is getting weird. Bizzaro.
  4. You want to browse cubans go to Cuba. In all seriousness. You are in Dom. Rep country.
  5. Du prince. Good stock.....and not for long. The ones I seen were gorgeous. Good price.
  6. Just back from Havana and will probably be my last for the foreseeable future.....it will be interesting to see how things progress. New swanky hotels in the process of being built on the malecon and Prado.......it's a real juxaposition for the Cuban Govt. I certainly noticed a Increased cost of things like our casas, meals, cabs, booze, etc.....the lack of Cristal beer and the abundance of Miller Lite. I believe our Casa doubled in price in less than a year. Interesting for sure as we watch change. As mentioned in an earlier post the quality to cost ratios for other travel destinations in
  7. Some of my best smoking experiences and mind blowing cigars have been elsewhere...Cuba, Mexico, etc. I feel that my smoking at home can sometime equate to going through the motions.
  8. Cheap wine fridge......check kijiji.....use it unplugged and buy and oasis or similar type of humidifier for a hundred bucks. Set and forget it.
  9. Habana libre certainly has one of the best single for purchase cigar selections in Havana.
  10. I have exchanged cash at banks in Varadero and various other locations in Havana several times with no problems or issues whatsoever. Me and my wife were in Centro Havana at a large bank to exchange about 1000 cnd and it was an absolute fail. No English ( which is understandable), about an hour wait with the locals in a next man up fashion...was hilarious and exhausting in a Cuban time......and the circus of exchanging that amount of cash was particularly concerning to them as we had to go through about 3 or 4 bank officials.......and on and on. Again....no English with any and even my wife's
  11. Do not exchange at bank in Havana. Use a cadeca or hotel or anything else than a bank in Havana. Story to long to tell here......better options to exchange cash....use something that is more touristy or well travelled......not that the exchange is worse. Just stick to the basics.
  12. Browns fan......we are in deep again.....too young and too much change...right now. Raiders and Brownies could grow going into the future to be strong. Changing of the guard. Seahawks back to the podium.
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