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After our crazy night-out yesterday, Taku decided to take it easy while Aki, Take and I went cruising around the historic centre of Havana today.

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We saw lots of musicians and dancers performing at cafes, restaurants and on streets.
A great thing about them was that they were really really good (almost professional), but it was free of charge for us to see them. You pay them if you think that they are good (I did, of course).

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What amazed me more than anything else here in Havana was a number of classic cars in very good conditions and they were still running everywhere!
These cars were definitely adding spice to groovy Havana.

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Havana is neither Paris nor any other well-established cities I've been to in Europe. Havana is Havana in a very extraordinary way.

By the way, an ice-cream that I had on a street today was only CUP1.00, not CUC1.00. Amazingly cheap!

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