Why you should go to Cuba on your next trip to the U.S.

I recently took a tour of Havana, Cuba, a city with an increasingly liberal government and a vibrant nightlife scene.

But it wasn’t long before my expectations for Cuba were dashed.

Here are some of my worst impressions of the island nation: 1.

Cuban men are treated like second-class citizens in this country.

Even in this island nation of 20 million, women have been required to wear tight pants and to wear a headscarf.

The state-run newspaper, Granma, said that men, especially senior ones, had to wear “tight pants.”

The news was reported in English but it was hard to understand what was being said.

The government has tried to curb the public’s attention to the issue, but the reaction has been mixed.

In the days leading up to the trip, I was met with more than a few snickers.

2.

There is no free travel in Cuba.

The official price of a ticket is $9,800 for the return trip.

The average price for the same ticket in Havana is $14,400.

However, if you book online, the cheapest price for a ticket from Havana to New York is $16,000.

In addition to the cost of food, transportation, hotels and airfare, you will pay a tax to the Cuban government, which has become a frequent source of criticism for the island.

3.

Cuba has a very poor safety record.

The Cuban government says the country’s “law of safety” protects all of its citizens.

The country has also said it has taken steps to improve its security.

But critics say that Cuba’s reputation as a country where the authorities use violence and intimidation to silence criticism has grown in recent years, particularly with the release of U.N. human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein and the imprisonment of opposition leader and former President Raul Castro.

4.

The only way to enter Cuba is through the U, S. and E. While the Cuban Embassy in Washington and the U: the U., S. embassy are open daily and are well-equipped, you have to apply for a U visa in person in Havana, which is a two-hour flight.

For a U, you must also visit Cuba on a tourist visa and pay $8,000 for that.

The fee for a Cuban visa is equivalent to about $1,200 in the U and $5,000 in the S. There are no hotels or motels in Cuba, so if you need to travel in groups, the most efficient option is to rent a car and drive yourself.

In Havana, there are several international airports, including the city’s airport.

The airport’s taxi service, Carrefour, operates between the two cities.

5.

The U.K. is not a reliable partner.

I had a very pleasant experience at Havana airport.

I received a good impression of the city, but I also encountered problems, including problems with the U-Pass.

The process for traveling between the U States and the rest of the world is a bit complicated.

The airline’s website recommends using a different U-pass to travel between the states, which can be confusing to many people.

The system is broken, and people who get their tickets late don’t get a refund.

The problem is compounded by the fact that many airlines do not operate U-PASSs, so people who are traveling between them must pay to have them changed.

I found it difficult to change the UPass at the airport, but my passport had a little sticker stuck to it, which was telling.

6.

The cost of living is very high.

While Cuba’s government has been encouraging tourists to come to Cuba, the average salary for a worker in Havana was $13,000 a year in 2015, according to the United Nations.

7.

The public is not welcoming.

The United Nations Human Rights Council said in 2014 that the Cuban population is not representative of the population in the countries where the U is based.

The UN also noted that there are few institutions to represent Cubans in government, politics and other spheres.

The Cuba Travel Association of America, which works to facilitate the Cuban travel experience for U. Americans, says it works with U. S. government agencies to help them ensure travel rights are provided.

8.

You can’t even buy alcohol in Cuba and still be a tourist.

According to the State Department, the U of S and E are the only two countries in the world that allow alcohol sales.

You cannot buy drinks from the bar or at restaurants in Cuba or purchase alcohol at the bar, although the country has a number of hotels that sell alcohol.

There’s also no liquor stores, and you must drink in a private home.

There was no alcohol in the restaurant where I was dining on the first night I visited, and the restaurant itself is closed on Sundays.

9.

Travel is expensive.

Cuban travelers are encouraged to buy tickets at a discount from a private