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HAVANA 2017 (CUBA, REPUBLIC OF CUBA)

Havana (Caribbean islands, Latin America)
September 18-23, 2017. Two travelers, 6 day trip

This is the TRIPTIP travel plan + traveler’s story and photo gallery

‘Everyone said ii is not safe to travel to Cuba, but we had the opposite experience. Some of Havana’s streets were dark after ‘Irina’ hurricane, but we felt safe. Of course, we did not specifically search for negative adventures, so we tried to be in the center of Havana, in places visited by tourists. On the streets policemen and military patrols patrolled, making it much safer. The locals said that the main money comes from the tourists, so there is no point in hurting them or otherwise disturbing them. Everyone is trying to make money here so the first price is not real. A simple resident earns $ 15-20 a month in a month. As an example, in the ‘Parque Central’ square we wanted to buy a tour of the city by an ancient car, the first price said by the carrier CUC 40. We offered CUC 20 and went further down the street. The carrier immediately ran after and tried to negotiate a price. In the end we was riding for CUC 20. The locals are very friendly, helpful and kind, but you can’t trust strangers and go with them somewhere.Often local people offer you to leads to a very good restaurant or bar, but only because he received rewards from the bar owners for bringing tourists. The locals speak English and if they don’t speak, they understand and answer in Spanish, there was no problem with the conversation. During this trip, we stayed in Airbnb’s rented apartments, just a few minutes from the main square of Havana. The hostel was clean and with beautiful balconies and interiors. The hotel owner was pleasant and helpful. When we arrived he gave us two tips (if there were three tips openly, but we don’t remember the third one): 1. Don’t go anywhere with strangers. 2. Don’t buy cigars for sale on the streets, choose cigar shops. We admired the architecture of Havana, although after the revolution many buildings were left to fall, but they have some kind of charisma. All 5 nights we stayed in Havana. It was a mistake. We think it is enough to see Havana for 2-3 days. There are wonderful places such as Trinidad, Vinales Valley, Varadero and many others, so we recommend that you choose accommodation between different cities. Cuban food is very delicious. There are indeed a number of good restaurants, cafés and bars. Food and drink cost $ 15 – 20 x 1 pers.. We recommend ‘Donte Liz’ (between Teledil and Compostela streets) and Restaurante Bar Mojito (address: Calle Muralla no. 166 / Cuba y San Ignacio). The best advice we can give is the local guide contacts. The guide showed old Havana in 4 hours for $ 20. He knew the whole story and was very friendly. You can ask him not only about Cuba’s history, but he is also happy to answer the current situation in the country. We were invited to eat a traditional dinner at his house, do not be afraid if he offered it (price also $ 20 x 1 pers.). The dinner was very tasty, the guide also showed how to make Mojito and Caipirissima cocktails. Guide contacts: Juan Miguel Carmona (he works at ‘Hotel Plaza’ in the morning), e-mail: josemiguelangel@nauta.cv (this is his son’s email), home phone: 77662425, mobile phone: 52503552. There will be no good reviews on the Internet experience: I paid $ 4.5 for Hotel Plaza internet on 1 hour, but it was constantly breaking, almost no connection, so I recommend using the service only for extra occasions.

To go on holiday to Cuba you need:

Travel Card – the card is valid for 30 days. To be filled in via the Internet, waiting for it by post or, if possible, from the nearest Cuban Embassy or Consulate US Required for online filling: copy of passport; address in Cuba. They are also issued by some travel agencies and airlines. People who will fly from the US will need to contact the airline and issue a card. In this trip tourists flew with United Airlines, the flight was from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), New York. Travelers bought a Cuban tourist card [$ 75 x 1 pers.] At the airport before making Check-In

Travel insurance – insurance in Cuba is necessarily – sometimes included in an airline ticket. Contact the airline. In this case, tourists have purchased 10 days (because after Cuba they has traveled to the USA) Swedbank bank insurance, which cost each $ [$ 30 x 1 pers.]

Place of residence address – you will need to specify at least one night’s residence to fill your travel card documents to Cuba. Tourists booked and booked 5 nights before their flight via Airbnb [$ 142 x 1 pers.]

Money – Debit orCredit Card does not accept, just cash. Carrying $ 5,000 in cash they must be declared. Cuban Pesos (CUC) money can be exchanged at the airport (the travelers did so), at the hotels, at the money exchange kiosks. The most important thing is to pick up enough to get to the end of the trip, keep them not in one place, for security

Cuba is an island, a country that is carved by the Caribbean Sea on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. Capital – Havana. It is the largest Caribbean island and the 16th largest in the world. The national language of the republic is Spanish. Cuba covers an area of ​​114,524 km2, a length of 1,225 km, and a width of 20 to 145 km. The island has about 1,600 smaller islands, the largest of which is Isla de Juventud, with an area of ​​2,30 km2. There are plains in a large part of Cuba, only in the south-east there is a hilly landscape. The highest peak is Pico Turquino (1,974) on the Sierra Maestra Hill. This country can be proud to have about 7000 km of coastline, with some 290 beautiful beaches of all sizes. The form of governance is the socialist republic. Independence – proclaimed on 10 October 1868, recognized on 20 May 1902, the US recognized in 1959. Currency – Cuban Pesos (CUP). Country tel. code +53. .Cu online code

Languages – national language is Spanish, but in the hotels and tourist areas people can speak English, although everywhere writes that the locals usually speaks only Spanish. I would deny this, because the traveling ladies said they had no language problems, many speak English

Currency – country’s currency is the Cuban peso, which is formed of 100 centavos and is equivalent to the US dollar. Traveling girls at Cuba Airport changed their dollars to pesos and pay-off them all during their stay. It is common to accept dollars from travelers . However, there are also ‘convertible pesos’ (CUPs) adapted for tourists, so sometimes they give a return. When leaving, they can be exchanged (1 peso – 1 dollar). European credit cards are accepted and served at hotels, airports, payment cards issued by US banks are not valid. Since 1 June 2002 the euro has been recognized as one of the means of settlement

Transportation – writes in many places which found that Cuba is not advisable to use public transport because the service level is very low. For tourists in Cuba there are special tourist taxis. Taxis can be booked from any hotel. The routes of these machines are constantly controlled, which helps to ensure the safety of passengers. Travelers used the public bus ‘Viazul Bus’ on the beach in Varadero and saw no threats there

Health – bites of dangerous insects and animals in Cuba are almost non-existent. But swimming on the untidy beach is dangerous for tourists. The seabed can be full of sharp coral des and sea urchins. The beaches are surrounded by coral reefs, so large fish like sharks are unavailable. The biggest danger in Cuba is the sun. Sunburn can be obtained even on a misty day. It is necessary to use the sun cream, the travelers do not feel like sunburn and advise everyone to be careful. Not drink water from tap better buy in the store. Purchase health insurance in Cuba before traveling. Travelers bought health insurance from “Swedbank” bank [$ 30 x 1 pers.]

Shooting – you can’t take pictures of military equipment, military, industrial companies. The locals on the contrary love to take pictures, but always ask for their permission

Luggage – in registered luggage you can transport goods from Cuba, such as alcohol, tobacco for personal use

Car Rental – mostly buses and taxis are cheaper. If you are renting a car, be careful when driving at night, because the roads are not illuminated, many pit. Away from tourist destinations on the road may need to be spoken in Spanish. Many people go by road, if you injure someone, you will get punished in prison. It happens that roads and bridges lead to nowhere. Drivers can hire a car if older than 21 years. Sometimes rents only from 26-30 years

Cuban Cuisine – national cuisine based on fruits, roast pork, rice Kongra – white rice with black beans, vegetables, seafood, homemade desserts

Climate and nature – tropical climate in Cuba, the annual average temperature + 25 °. Extreme heat and dry weather, which keeps summer blowing off the blowing north pasha. The rainy period lasts from May to October. Water temperature at the coast: in winter + 25ºС and in summer + 28ºС

Objects – in Cuba east is the National Park of Alejandro de Humboldt’o that includes four eastern provinces – Holguin, Granma, Santiago de Cuba and Guantanamo. The distance from the capital La Habana is 2 hours on a flight by plane. The area is home to many important ecosystems in the country (area of ​​68,890 hectares) and water bodies (an area of ​​2,250 ha). This park has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since December 2001

Beaches:

Varadero: is branded resort in Cuba. Beach pride is a 20-kilometer legendary white sand beach. Diving is popular here, with 23 diving centers in the resort. Playa Esmeralda: is in the east part of the island is located in Playa Esmeralda Resort, the second most popular after Varadero – a true Cuban business card. It is a great place to enjoy nature and the delights of the most famous Guardalavos Emerald Beach, the lively city bustle is just a short distance from the administrative center of Olgino (58 km). You can also go to Santiago de Cuba. Trinidad: in 1988, it was included in the UNESCO-protected heritage list. In the same list is the nearby Indian Valley. Tourists visit the historic-architectural heritage of Trinidad, the cozy narrow streets, the Spanish-style houses with graceful balconies, the romantic courtyards – many of the authentic charm of colonial architecture. Trinidad is a real city museum in the open air. It is close to the mountains and national parks and fine sandy beaches. Kajo – Largas: the most beautiful archipelago, counting 300 little islands lies near the southeastern coast of Cuba. It is called Karera, and “pearl” is the island of Cayo Largo del Sur. Cayo – Coca: Cayo-Coca is the fourth largest island in Cuba. Cayo-Coco Island is a nature reserve that is well-preserved and is famous for its rich and virtually untouched nature. Perhaps the most beautiful place on the island is the Flamingo beach. Here you can observe a plethora of pink birds, beautifully matching the background of the blue sky. Cayo-Santa-Mary: Cayo-Santa-Maria is a picturesque island protruding from the water near Cayo-Coco and Cayo Guillermo. The island is just 13 km long and 11 km of its beautiful beaches. Well, the islands are the perfect place for fishing, diving and other water activities. Kajo Giljermo: Cayo Giljermo Island is just 20 km from Cayo-Coca. Cayo Giljerm – a total area of ​​just 13 square kilometers. Nevertheless, the island’s nature – flora and fauna – is extremely rich. Here you can see dolphins, flamingos, powerful birds living in palm groves and dense mangroves. The island has 5 km of beaches – El Paso, Del Medio, Larga, El Pilar. The latter is considered to be one of the best in Cuba and named after the famous writer Ernest Hemingway. El Pilar is surrounded by an impressive 16-meter-high sand dune. Just one kilometer from Cayo Guillermo, the world’s second-most important coral reef ranks first (the Great Barrier Reef in Australia). Guardalavaca beach: getting there: fly, take a train, bus or taxi. Flight duration is about 2.5 hours. Drive duration is about 13 hours. More frequent trips to Havana from Guardalavaca are organized. On this page you will see travel options: https://www.rome2rio.com/s/Havana/Guardalavaca. Fun trips: jeep safaris ($ 93), city tours ($ 63), dolphin watching ($ 108) and many more. I do not recommend for those who have limited time to visit Cuba. There are beaches like ‘Varadero’ (holidaymakers often buy packet all inclusive, the beach is nice and safe, but the entertainment is likely to be more expensive (it’s just my guess). When tourists stay in Cuba for 2 weeks or more, then they plan to go to ‘Guardalavaca beach’ beach and town

I’ll also describe the travel options to Havana – Trinidad (315km)

1. Option to get to Trinidad: everywhere writes that you need to go to ‘Viazul Bus Terminal’, Havana. Arrive recommends an hour earlier to get a ticket to Trinidad. The journey takes about 4 hours one way, so if the bus is just a couple of trips a day, you will need to stay at Trinidad

2. Option to get to Trinidad: to use ‘Transtur’ – buses run from popular hotels that take you to Trinidad. Everywhere writes that Trinidad Bus Station is near Trinidad Old Town

From Trinidad you can take a tour to Topes De Collantes National Park and El Nicho Falls

1. From Trinidad ->> to El Nicho Falls. One option to get from Trinidad to waterfalls: Cienfuegos El Nicho Falls is over 1 hour from Trinidad. Offers day trips to waterfalls. If you look at the waterfalls from Havana, you will probably have to stay overnight just because you are going from Havana for a long time, there will be no bus back and plus a day trip to El Nicho Falls. I read that big hotels suggest 2 days of private tours from Havana to Trinidad and El Nicho Waterfalls, a 2-days trip means you have to stay overnight, so count or have enough time to visit Cuba. From Cienfuegos -Trinidad you can buy waterfalls excursion for $ 25 if you buy online, but if you staying in Trinidad, it is advisable to look for such tours in the old town and big hotels

2. Option to get to El Nicho Falls: excursions from Varadero (I mentioned this tourist town, beaches, etc.) to Trinidad El Nicho Waterfalls

September 18 Monday, 2017

  • Travelers traveled by plane: 10:23 am from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), NYC (Cuban tourist card can be purchased before ‘check-in’ in the airport, without tourist card you can not go to Cuba $ 75) ->> 1:53 pm to ‘José Marti International Airport’ (HAV), Cuba [$ 232.46 x 1 pers.] (flight fare includes return flight, ‘United Airlines’ airlines)
  • Travelers traveled with taxi: from the airport to the hostel in downtown Havana. Travel prices range from 10 to 15 CUC [$ 7.5 x 1 pers.]
  • Lunch: ‘Donde Los Restaurante & Bar’ in the city center (address: Tejadillo, 163, Entre Habana y Compostela, 10400, La Habana, Cuba). Travelers drank coffee in ‘Cafe Bar’, located on Plaza de la Catedral. Coffee has been described as the most delicious coffee in Havana and coffee beans are roasted in the cafe;
  • Travelers traveled by car: torists rented a vintage car (city tour) with a driver – 1 hour [$ 10] ($ 20 total, divided by 2 people). City tours can be bought at the following hotels: 1. Hotel Parque Central; 2. Hotel Nacional. Always negotiate for a price, because usually the first price is almost twice bigger the amount you can get
  • Dinner: tourists had spend one evening in one of the bars in Havana Central Park. In the evenings, in the central streets of Havana, a lot of people, noises in bars, live a completely different life than a few streets where there are no tourists. Music – best conveys the Cuban mentality. Today the world-famous Mambo, Salsa, Rumba here rhythms and dance movements, born in this country
  • Accommodation: room rental via ‘Airbnb’, ‘Casa Meyly1’ (Address: Consulado 203, Entre Animas y Trocadero, La Habana, La Habana 10200, Cuba), overnight stay: from 09.1817 to 17.02.2017 (5 nights).
    Feedback on this hostel is good: safe, good location [$ 142 x 1 pers., 5 nights] ($ 284 for 2 people, 5 nights)

September 19 Tuesday, 2017

  • Travelers traveld on foot: in the morning, travelers bought all the desired tours for the entire holiday period. Excursions to ‘Vinales Valley’ and ‘The Tropicana Club’ were purchased at Hotel Plaza, where there are more tours. The bus ticket to ‘Varadero’ was purchased by bus station company (Address: Avenida Zoologico, La Habana, Cuba). Departure on tours from ‘Hotel Plaza’ and to ‘Varadero’ you have to leave from the bus station ‘Viazul Bus Terminal’ near the ticket point
  • Breakfast: at the Hotel Plaza on the rooftop café. At breakfast, the local guide offered a hiking tour of the city of Havana [$ 10 x 1 person]. The tour lasted 4 hours. The guide is professional, friendly. Travelers became friends with him and were invited to come to his family home the next day. Girls enjoyed the tour in city of Havana. Tourist are sharing guide contacts: Juan Miguel Carmona, e-mail: josemiguelangel@nauta.cv, home phone: 77662425, mobile phone: 52503552
  • Lunch: on the roof of the Plaza Hotel. There is a café overlooking the city
  • Travelers traveled with taxi: to ‘The Tropicana Club’ [$ 85 x 1 pers.] Tickets to be purchased on the same day at Hotel Saratoga Havana. From the city center with a taxi 20 minutes away. Recommended to come early to get good places. Travelers were fascinated by the event! They highly recommended ‘The Tropicana Club’

September 20 Wednesday, 2017

  • Travelers traveled by bus: 8:00 am from Hotel Plaza, Havana ->> to ‘Vinales Valley’ [$ 67 x 1 pers.] (transport and guide included in price). Travelers recommend renting a private car that is more expensive, for about $ 150 x 2, but the excursion will be of a bit better quality as the bus with the group was somewhat rush everywhere. However, there are also benefits on the bus, you can meet and get to know interesting people. At excursion ‘Discover – Vinales’ visited objects:
  1. Pinar del Rio. Tobacco Factory – Fábrica de Tabacos Francisco Donatien (dddress: Calle Antonio Maceo 157, Pinar del Rio 20100, Cuba). 75% of cultivated land is planted with tobacco plantations. It is here that the best tobacco is produced and the best cigars are made. Visit a tobacco factory where you will learn the history of tobacco production and see how much work the locals are doing until the tobacco leaves turn into cigars in your hands
  2. Lunch (private)
  3. Walking tour
  4. Indian Cave (Cueva Del Indio) – travelers sailed by boat. Here you can go to a separate market, entry price [$ 5], but it is more worthwhile to buy a tour to ‘Vinales Valley’, while you will be taken to the Indian Rock, a tobacco factory, it will be a full day tour
  5. Viñales Mural de la Prehistoria
  6. Los Jazmines View Point
  • Dinner: ate dinner at the aforementioned guide home [$ 20 x 1 pers.] That night, the housewife demonstrated how to make popular drinks such as ‘Mojito’ and ‘Caipirissima’

September 21 Thursday, 2017

  • Travelers traveled by bus: 8:00 am from ‘Viazul Bus Terminal’ (near Zoologico de la Habana, address: Casa Matriz, Avenida 26 Zoologico, Nuevo Vedado, Ciudad de la Habana) ->> to ‘Varadero’ beach. Only after arriving at the ‘Varadero’ bus station, travelers bought a return ticket to Havana. The tourist beach is 149 km away from Havana, with a bus trip of 3 hours [$ 10 x 1 pers., one way ticket]. Tourists recommend staying there because a trip to the beach from Havana takes a lot of time

September 22 Friday, 2017

  • Travelers traveled on foot – visited objects:

– Havana Club Rum Production Museum (Museo del Ron Havana Club) . It was a short but interesting tour with a guide. During the show, a rum drink was produced

– Museum of the Revolution (Museo de la Revolution). Address: Avenida Bélgica, La Habana, Cuba. Opening hours: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Most of the information in the museum was in Spanish and a small part of English. The museum is very nice and definitely worth seeing

– Alicia AlonsoGran Teatro de la Habana. Address: 458 Paseo de Martí, La Habana 10600, Cuba. You will see this object from Central Park (Parque Central). There was no tourist inside, as the theater can only enter when performances or events take place. However, tourist says, by no means do not miss this object to see from the outside

– Almacenes San Jose Artisan Market. A market for tourists selling paintings, gifts, accessories and other items

– Museum National de Bellas de Cuba . Address: Calle Trocadero e Zulueta y Monserrate, La Havane, Cuba. Opening hours: II – VI 9 am – 5 pm; VII 10 am – 2 pm. Ticket price: [$ 5 x 1 pers.]. By purchasing a ticket for [$ 8 x 1 as.] you will have the opportunity to visit both museums (Cuban Art and Universal Art). A very inspiring museum where you can see and feel not only Cuban art but also Cuban people’s emotions, feelings, lifestyle

– Palacio De Los Capitanes Generales. Address: Cuba Tacón, La Habana, Cuba. Opening hours: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm. Tourists really liked the inner courtyard

– Our Lady of Kazan Orthodox Cathedral (Catedral Orthodox Nuestra Señora de Kazan). Address: Avenida del Puerto, Esquina Calles Sol y Santa Clara – La Habana Vieja, La Habana 10100, Cuba. Orthodox Cathedral in Havana, a beautiful building

– La Catedral de la Virgen María de la Concepción Inmaculada de La Habana. The Havana Cathedral is a unique beauty

– San Francisco de Asis square Basílica San Francisco de Asis . Address: 154 Oficios, La Habana, Cuba. It is worth to visit a weekend, when life in the square is boiling. Entrance costs [$ 2 x 1 pers.]. But you will enter not only the basilica but also the inner garden and the balcony where you can see the entire San Francisco de Asis Square

– Camara Oscura (observation tower). Address: Edificio Gómez Vila, Plaza Vieja, Mercaderes y Teniente Rey, Mercaderes, La Habana 10100, Cuba. Opening hours: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm, closed on Mondays. Price: [$ 3 x 1 pers.], round 360 degree view, review time 15 – 20 minutes. Leonardo Da Vinci’s inventions are also exhibited here

– Paseo de Prado (Square). Address: Paseo Martí, La Habana 14100, Cuba. Square with fun both day and night (weddings, live music, street dances, etc.)

– Plaza de Armas (square) . It’s an old weapon square, small and cozy

– Central Park (Parque Central) + Estatua a José Martí (1905) (statue). Address: 267 Agramonte, La Habana, Cuba. That main square is surrounded by luxury hotels, theaters. Here you can rent an old car or take a taxi. Travelers hired old cars instead of taxis, paid for kilometers traveled

– The National Capitol Building (El Capitol) . Address: 422 Industria, La Habana, 10200. It is strongly suggested to see. You may not understand where you are: in Cuba or in Washington, because Capitol is very similar to USA Washington Capitol

– Bacardi Building. Address: 261 Avenida Bélgica, La Habana, Cuba. Price: [$ 1 x 1 pers.]. Nice building architecture, Art Deco style building. The view of the city is hard to see from the roof, due to the wall partitions… So next to it is the ‘Hotel Plaza’ (267 Agramonte, La Habana, Cuba) with a rooftop cafe and a view of the city. Next to this hotel is the ‘Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana’, which has a rooftop café, swimming pool and superb view of the capital.

– Hotel Plaza. Rooftop café with panoramic views

– Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski La Habana . Roof café, swimming pool on the roof. Reviews: stunning panorama

– La Bodeguita del Medio in Empedrado, La Habana . Address: Empedrado, La Habana, Cuba. Opening hours: 8:00 am – 00:00 pm. It’s hard to find, but already at 10 am the bar is full of people. Delicious Mojito [$ 5 small glass] cocktails.It is one of the best tourist mentioned places to visit or at least worth visiting. It is advisable to choose a full of visitors cafes. Cafes do not always correspond to the online evaluation, so I not recommended to spend time searching for cafes with good reviews online, but eating where you think it fun, tasty

September 23 Saturday, 2017

  • Travelers traveled on foot: 11:00 am to Christopher Columbus Cemetery (Necrópolis Cristóbal Colón). Address: Calle Zapata y Calle 12, Havana, Cuba. Opening hours: IV 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Price [$ 5 x 1 pers.]. Travelers visited this place before leaving Cuba because it is further away from the city. Tourists marked this place as the museum – it’s a very interesting and beautiful place
  • Travelers traveled by plane: 2:53 pm from ‘José Marti International Airport’ (HAV), Cuba ->> 6:18 pm to ‘Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), NYC. If you are a student and travel outside the USA after the end of a student work visa, remember to fill out the ESTA form online so you can fly back to the United States. It cost for students [$ 14 x 1 pers.]

Travel Costs:

  • Airplane ticket = $ 232.46 x 1 pers. (JFK-HAV-JFK)
  • Accommodation = $ 142 x 1 pers. (5 nights at ‘Airbnb’ room)
  • Travel insurance = $ 30 x 1 pers. (purchased from ‘Swedbank’ bank)
  • Cuban tourist card = $ 75 x 1 pers. (purchased at (JFK) airport)
  • Esta form = $ 14 x 1 pers. (purchased online)
  • Cuban expenses = $ 600 x 1 pers. Costs consisted of food, drinks, taxi from the airport [$ 7.5 x 1 pers.], city taxi [$ 47 x 1 pers.], internet [$ 4.5 x 1 pers.], guided tour of Havana City [$ 10 x 1 pers.], Tropicana Club’ [$ 85 x 1 pers.], ‘Vinales Valley’ [$ 67 x 1 pers.], traditional dinner at a local guide home [$ 20 x 1 pers.], bus ticket to ‘Varadero beach’ and back to Havana [$ 20 x 1 pers.], museum tickets, sightseeing, sightseeing tours [$ 30 x 1 person], gift cost [$ 60]

Total = $ 1093.46

TRIPTIP - travel tips:

* Cuba is a big
island - a country that
would advise you to plan
for a longer stay,
because there is
really something
to see.

* Take care of all
travel documents
to avoid problems.

* When you are in Cuba,
keep your personal
belongings safe if
you are far away from
tourist attractions,
do not believe blindly
and do not rely on
strangers.

* Sun protection is a
must, burns 100%.

* Negotiate everywhere
for prices

Dictionary:

Good morning (until 12 pm) –  Buenos dios

Good day (after 12 o’clock) – Buenas tardes 

Good evening (after 6 pm) – Buenas noches 

Hi – Hola

Goodbye- Adios

Thanks – Gracias

Please – Por favor

What’s your name? – como se llama Usted

My name… – Me llamo…

Can you help me? –  Puede ay, po favor? 

Thanks for the help – Gracias por ayuda 

Sorry – Perdon

Untill tomorrow – Hasta manana

Breakfast – Desayuno

Lunch – Almuerzo

Dinner – Cena 

Table – Mesa

Chesck –  La cuenta

Bread – Pan

Soup – Sopa

Salad – Ensalada

Lamb – Condero

Pork – Cerdo

Veal – Ternera

Chicken – Pollo

Potatoes –  Patatas 

Rice – Arroz

Fish – Pescado

Olives – Aceitunas

Cheese – Queso

Salt – Sal

Water – Aqua

Juice – Zumo

Red wine – Vino tinto

White wine – Vino blanco

Table wine – Vino de mesa

Cheers ! – Salud

Champagne – Cava

Beer – Cerveza

Dessert – Postre

Ice Cream – Helado


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