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It was dusk and I walked from San Lazaro Street, near the University of Havana, to the Malecón, the long esplanade along the coast.There, I struck up a conversation with a group of fishermen and their friends.Before 2014, some workplaces in Cuba had internet (for example, universities), but it was not available in homes.That year, Raúl Castro declared his support for the “public and social” use of the internet, and the country opened an initial 237 paid wi-fi hotspots in public spaces like parks.Haymet said she mostly used wi-fi to talk to her son who was working as a doctor in Venezuela.“I am very satisfied with the wi-fi system,” she said.“It has many faults—you cannot see things very well, you have difficulties—but I accept those difficulties because I can connect with my son and my sister.” She continued: “Years ago, I wrote letters. Recently I reconnected with a friend from high school on Facebook. It is difficult, but we can communicate with the outside world.” It was almost midnight when I met Mario, who was sitting in the Parque Trillo talking on his phone.
Almost everyone I met using wi-fi in Havana was using it to talk to family, and Haymet, 52, was no exception.The Castro government has since expanded the number of hotspots, but an hour of wi-fi costs 1.5 CUC (about ), which is a significant amount in comparison to the average Cuban salary.After arriving in Havana, I dropped off my bag at the house of Carmen Yolí and Andrés Medina, the couple who had hosted me in January 2016 when Cuba first welcomed Airbnb into the country.The capital will provide the beginner traveler to Cuba all they need to immerse themselves in the culture, and discover what this island has to offer.Attractiveness of local women: 2.5/5 Receptiveness to Daygame approach: 4/5 Receptiveness to Nightgame approach: 3.5/5 Logistics: 3.5/5 Cost: 3/5 English Levels: 2.5/5 The temperature throughout the year is generally warm, and can reach an average comfortable temperature of 80F/26C.