In approved government locations, slow dial-speed access costs $4.50 per hour, but you cannot use a laptop. In five-star hotels with no work space, high-speed Internet access costs up to $10 an hour, and people have to shake their knees to balance the computer. But you can send documents to print materials at a price of 50 cents per page.
So, getting my ticket to escape to Medellin, Colombia-where they have free Wi-Fi-can rival Charlie Chaplin’s movies. It took two days to find the site to book the ticket. The reservation was confirmed, but for some reason, they were unable to process the credit card details. It’s great, because I managed to book another ticket. I did not confirm the first one within 24 hours, so it has been cancelled.
The confirmation has been sent to my email address and I must go to the hotel to print it. fine. This address is the longest address I have ever seen, and I made a mistake, so I had to find a lady working there to enter it for me.
When I confirm my ticket with the ticket, I feel safer and safer. But this is Cuba and can never take anything for granted.
For example, when I arrived at Cubana Airlines (CDA) (after Madird was delayed for 24 hours), neither of my luggage appeared on the conveyor belt. About 25 people yelled and pushed them in front of some poor officials behind the glass wall, trying to sort out their demands. I don’t know if he received hazard pay because the Hispanic did not take any measures.
A Spanish-speaking European lady told me that as the flight doubled, they arranged another plane to pass through Caracas. Due to the longer flight time, CDA employees have convinced many passengers (including her and her partner) because it is “safer”. The luggage did not transfer, so they were in Venezuela.
Early the next morning, the casa where I lived received a call saying that my luggage was at the airport. They are dirty and covered with some kind of white powder. But at least they are in Havana. They spent three hours and a taxi fare of $30 to retrieve them.
The next task is to find Air B&B accommodation in Medellin. After waiting for an hour-only four computers are available, one must wait-I gave up because it was too slow. I decided to find a hotel near the airport only on the first night, and then organize some activities in the city center via Wi-Fi.
Cuba is a delightful country, exuding the charm of the old world. In 1978, I went to Canada on holiday, where I was on holiday, and my passport remained unchanged. However, the villa needs more repairs, and the old cars are still running, stuck with snare drums and a little chewing gum.
The contradiction of introducing 21st century technology will definitely change this situation. Whether it is good or bad is yet to be determined. Under the control of the Americans, I do have reservations about how the situation will develop.