In The End Cuba Is Still A Romantic Place

The only way to better understand Cuba is living there for a while, and probably it wouldn’t be enough. Cuba has an interesting and complex history, its present is reshaping every day so its future is uncertain.
We experienced the complete absence of water in Havana infinite queues for getting some bread in Cienfuegos and omelettes made with egg in powder because they didn’t have access to real eggs. Political choices made in other countries effect not just the the economy, but also the everyday life of Cuban people. But we also met amazing people. We saw beautiful smiles, drank delicious mojitos and even danced reggaeton and salsa in the middle of the street.
Cuba is definitely a place to visit, but hard to be completely understood as a tourist. So sometimes avoid questions, just live it!