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  • The Playas del Este (map) are Havana’s beaches, I find them simply fantastic. Single travel in Cuba? As far as I’m concerned they don’t need to be put behind the allegedly so beautiful Playas in Varadero. When the weather’s nice and during the summer, especially during weekends, they are well visited.Of course it’s not only tourists that go there, many Habaneros flee the heat of the city for a nice day down at the beach. Although the beach is pretty stony many Cubans visit Guanabo, it’s not like the other beaches with their fine light coloured sand.

    The Playas stretch over approx. 20 km, a straight line from the west towards the east. The first beach is near Bacuranao, which is 15 km from the Captolio in Havana (route). Here a list of six beaches in order:

    Bacuranao – Tarará – El Mégano – Santa Maria del Mar – Boca Ciega – Guanabo.

    Because of the tourists Santa Maria del Mar is more western style with regard to the hotel facility – among other things the Tropicoco can be found here – on the other hand Guanabo is more local style. I normally got off the bus at the Tropicoco to spend a few nice enjoyable hours.

    If you’re not really bothered about the beach and would prefer to spend your time making contact with chicas, then Guanabo is the place to try your luck. Here you will find one or the other bar where it’s possible to knock off some tart during daylight hours. The girls also know where to find illegal casas for little money. However, the bus doesn’t travel right up to Guanabo. On the other hand, in Santa Maria del Mar the police observe the beach with use of telescopes to make sure that nobody nicks anything – and to stop the Jineteras chatting men up; something that nobody is really worried about during peak hours…

    The other locations/beaches are smaller and more “comfy”. It’s also possible to get accommodation at the Playas. Apart from the many large hotel facilities there are also quite a few private casas. Everyone has to decide for themselves whether this is worth considering. Personally, I think it’s better to stay in the middle of Havana and if you fancy a day at the beach to travel there on the bus. If you do it the other way round you may get bored and if the weather’s bad, then you’re pretty much stuck. Apart from that, if you want to travel at night you’ll be stuck with having to get a taxi if you want go out for some fun, which will make things pretty expensive, that’s if you need one quite often.

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    Grubert in Cuba
    Cuba Newbie
    Havana & Varadero
    © by Major Grubert

    Contents:

    Travel guide for the Isla Grande. Detailed explanations of fun relevant highlights in Havana and Varadero. Absolutely essential, it’s a “Must be Read” for single men in Cuba – not only for newbies!

    The “operation manual” for Cuban nightlife & Co. All important travel questions for before & after the trip.

    Travel report with a very detailed text part including authentic diary entries, which won’t let you miss a thing on distinctness. With content links, maps and index, addresses, tips and information.

    More than 1600 photos and 40 maps.

    Preface – Location, arrival, entering and leaving the country, booking – Tip booking – Visa/tourist card – Immigration – Customs – Travel health insurance – Forms for entering the country – First cash – Accommodation – Casa particular or hotel? – Legal and illegal casas – Chicas in the hotel/casa – Booking strategy – Currency, cash, plastic?! – Cuban currency, differences – Exchanging cash where/how – ATMs, which credit cards? – Bank cards? – Getting around in Havana und Cuba – Hire cars? – Taxi – Old-timer – Bici-taxis – Shared taxis – Round trips/sightseeing in Havanna – Travelling in the country – Viazul busses – Domestic flights – The Tropicana – What are Cubans like – Cultural shock – Bon Appétit!!! – Paladare – Restaurants – Safety tips – Safety strategy arrival – Safety strategy hotel/casa – Safety strategy when out and about – General safety tips – What is where in Havana? Vedado – The modern Havana – What is where in Havana? Centro – The old original Havana – What is where in Havana? Habana Vieja – The tourist Havana – Capitolio – Plaza Vieja – Prado – Calle Obispo – Canal de Entrada – Hemingway cult – The Malecón – Havana’s living room – Prices – Chicas – Beverages – In the restaurant – In the supermarket – Accommodation – Taxi – How much cash will I need? Cost calculation – Paysex in Havana – Motivation and background of the Chicas – Why do they go on the game – The difference in the long and short time service – Ladyboy and Gay Scene in Havana – Old-timer tour around Havana – The Prado – Havana’s boulevard – General tips and fundamentals – Health – Chemists – Travel health insurance – Tap water – Tips – The time to travel – Clothing – Shopping – Supermarkets – Language – Can I get by without Spanish? – Laundries – Pornography – Photography – Time difference – Viagra – Phoning – Mobile – Smartphone – Sim Card – Internet access – Short time, Long time, Lovesick clowns, Everything goes – Prepayment – Thieving – Scroungers –Furnishing in the casas – Small change – Electricity, Adapter – Tourist prices – ID Card (“Carnet”) check – Illegal casas – What to take with? – Politics – Travel guide/book tip – Addresses of casa particulares – Booking hotels – With the tourist bus around Havana – Chicas – A few photos – Varadero! – Arrival – Bus, Taxi – Taking a chica with to Varadero? – Accommodation – All inclusive or casa particular? – Internet access – Bon appétit! – Beaches – Out and about in Varadero – Bus tour – Taxi – Nightclubs – Bowling – Excursions around the surrounding area – Cardeñas – Matanzas – Viñales – Tobacco fields – The Playas del Este – Bacuranao – Tarará – El Mégano – Santa Maria del Mar – Boca Ciega – Guanabo – El Morro – Views – The last order – Cars!!! – The bottom line

    Index, Maps, Links & Co
    Links from the report, chronologically
    Maps, chronologically

    With authentic descriptions of all situations. The diary entries simply won’t leave anything to be desired

    As usual, all chapters with numerous photos

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  • Back in Havana at last, after a while Varadero got boring.

    I take a taxi back to Havana for 100 CUC. At first the sun is shining, then it rains again. I nip into the Presidente for the internet after going to the bank. Today there’s nothing on credit card, no online connection. As if I had suspected I had taken a bit of cash with me to exchange; I have to show my passport for this too. If you haven’t got any readies in such a situation then you’re in the shit – maybe even for a few days – especially then when it’s the weekend.

    I stroll through the drizzling rain and dusk for about an hour around the Capitolio; it’s now pitch black. The whores have disappeared under the many colonnades or god knows where, nevertheless, I was still approached by about 20 chicas; my type of girl isn’t among them, all “cows” or blonds. I hope the weather forecast is right, sun for the next few days. I still have to do a few things, no point if it’s raining. Among other things a few viewpoints around town and a day trip to Pinar del Rio or better said, Viñales.

    In the end I find the 40kg class in the Adlon. I was there later on just before 23:30 hrs. The bouncer, actually he’s an odd-job man, shows me in after I had taken a look at about 10 whores waiting outside in front of the door. He tells me to give him the 10 entrance fee, which I do, he gives the cash to the woman at the cash desk, who keeps the money without giving me a ticket. Because I know that you get a drink for the ticket, I ask and am given it. Obviously they do 50/50 here.

    “NOW open” he says, to make the empty place look appealing. I’m almost the first person here. Once I’m sat at the bar the first cow comes in from outside to try and get me. “Where you from?” She asks, “I’m from mum and dad,” I answer laconically; something she doesn’t find funny at all, gets rid of her straight away though. Then one of the mentioned 40kg class enters, slim, long legs, glitter, hot pants pulled over her taut arse, small tits. She’s just walking past me as I stop her by grabbing her with my left arm whilst pointing towards my cheek; that’s where I would like a kiss. She eagerly she gives me one but I turn my head and it lands on my mouth. She laughs; I’ve now got lipstick on my lips.

    I grab her completely and pull her over between my knees, I fondle her arse, which I like. She has a skin problem in her face, but that doesn’t really bother me. I need body and talent; she’s got both, as I soon learn. Unfortunately she doesn’t speak a word of English, which doesn’t make things easy but somehow we manage. She charges 80 for the night but in the end we agree upon 40 for an hour (which I never need for a shot, especially not when I’m as horny as I am today). Blow job with a shot in the gob; I had to talk her into the shot in the gob bit but manage because I’m a nice person and had ordered a Mojito.

    Now things get a little complicated. She drags me out into the foyer where she has a smokes a cigarette (it’s not allowed inside) whilst telling me how to deal with the taxi. Outside, down the Prado, there are police all over the place, we’d never get past; she’s obviously well know here or better said, I take it she is.

    The bouncer comes back into the bar later on and explains again: after giving her my address with the help of the casa business card I give her five CUC for the taxi (and one for his efforts). Then I walk to my casa, shortly afterwards they turn up with the bici (bicycle) taxi. That had definitely not cost five CUC, at a guess I would say one; never mind. I’m standing in the doorway and welcome them with a smile before taking a couple of snapshots of her on the stairs from behind, the stairs smell of paint today with renovation work being carried out. She moans because of the stairs, all women do the first time.

    Once up in the room we both go for a shower, we only wash our “load bearing parts”. She seems to be clean, pretty clean anyway. I put my hand in her stream of pee whilst she’s sitting on the bog pissing, she giggles; from one second to the next her nipples increase in size.

    Then we move over to the living room to the blowing chair, she’s good and rubs her fanny whilst doing so. She stretches her back and sticks her backside out. Why can’t German women do this? Because they’re stupid. After a few minutes I get her to crouch down in front of the bed, which is in front of the mirror, I then have a complete view of her from behind whilst kneeling on the bed, she blows. Yes, she hadn’t promised too much, she’s “muchocaliente”, “very hot”. She has a go at my ring, which I then treat with spit to make things really nice. I shoot my load in her mouth, more or less the whole lot with the shot from the previous day still being in my balls. Half of it landed on the sheet.

    She insists on pre-payment, no way, I’d prefer to let the girl bugger off. However she accepts my conditions; I never pay up front. She gets her 40 plus another five for the taxi. A bit of small talk then goodbye. No, I don’t know whether I’ll be in the Adlon tomorrow. Half a shot in the gob and no screw because she insists on using a rubber, not enough for me although it was pretty good. Then again, 40 plus 5 plus 5 for a taxi is a load of cash and other girls want their chance too.

    I remain in the doorway listening to see whether she really does shut the door properly; I’d asked her to. Once she’s done this I stand on the balcony wrapped in a towel and watch her disappear into the innards of the quarter. She neither returns to the bar nor does she take the shortest route to a possible taxi. I take it she lives here somewhere or has some boyfriend waiting for her – she’d tricked me out of a fiver for a taxi.

    It’s almost two; I lie down for a while. There’s not much going on in Havana at night-time during the week, especially when the weather’s rotten.

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  • Varadero!

    A tourist asked a local whether it’s going to rain tomorrow, “of course not” comes the laconic answer, “Varadero is a special CUC zone”. Cubans have more of a black  sense of humour even though normally on the quiet. For example, if anyone, due to the risky often deadly attempts to leave the country across the sea in bathtubs or self made rafts, changes “Socialismo o Muerte!” (socialism or death) into “Miami o Muerte!” (Miami or death) then they really will be in trouble. Anyway, Cubans won’t let themselves be banned from being humorous.

    I wanted a few days in the town with stories, Varadero (map), where until the first big crackdown sometime towards the end of the 90s things were really good – so I went. Another reason I wanted to visit the place is because it’s supposed to have Cuba’s nicest beaches – in fact in the whole of the Caribbean. Originally I was considering flying straight to Varadero (it has its own airport about 20 km away) for a few days to stay in one of the Al (all inclusive) hotels before carrying on to Havana where I planned on spending most of my holiday. Luckily I didn’t, it would have been unnecessary and complicated. The other variation, a flight to Havana then a trip with a taxi along the very long peninsular, this proved to be the better deal.

    Yes, in those days Varadero must have been very enjoyable; hoards of chicas down at the beaches, on the streets and in bars. One could drag as many girls back to the hotel room as one could or wanted.

    Unfortunately this is now history. At some time the angry old man put a barrier at the entrance of the peninsular, now everything is controlled. All hotel etc. staff must go across the bridge in morning and evening to be controlled. Cubans who don’t work there can’t even get in. For this reason there are hardly any chicas down on the beach etc. OK, there are a few, more later. However, compared with the good old days and the rest of Cuba it’s now dismal there.

    Yes, it’s true, Varadero is less Cuba as Pattaya is Thailand. Those who only know Varadero haven’t any idea about the hardships and worries of Cubans and have never really been to Cuba. The shops here have more stock than in other places around the island; everything is clean, tidy and new. The locals here have got it better than elsewhere. Nice perfect holiday world, the Caribbean Duckburg.

    However, what we want (and many Cubis too) is obvious; to be precise everyone wants the barriers to be removed so that everyone can do as they please. At the moment it looks like this isn’t that much of an illusion, maybe just that will happen soon.

    The journey there

    The journey from Havana is simple. The approx. 130 km (map) journey along the very good road can be made by taxi in about 90 to 120 minutes. I chose the more comfortable version and paid 90 CUC. Even with the Viazul bus (10 CUC) one is there in a jiffy if you can get a ticket (sort this out in time). Of course you can hire a car but just to travel to Varadero and nowhere else you don’t need your own care – too much.

    The advantage of a taxi for me was that the driver promised to help me look for my casa in Varadero. I’d looked for a driver who could speak decent English.

    I answered the question “take chica with you or not?” for me with “yes.” As you know this was unfortunately a mistake, I had feared this beforehand. Once there the girl turned out to be a right bitch and I actually had to check her out on the day before last. I put her on the bus and said goodbye. For this reason I can’t really say much about things with the chicas in Varadero. I have heard that men travelling on their own are approached by Chulos, these are Cubans who arrange. Things should be ok during the evening/night in nightclubs.

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