Yea, yea, your friends are asking you how that works, exactly? Well, getting a marriage proposal is completely normal in Cuba.You know with the Trump thing and the embargo thing and the no-internet thing and the only speak Spanish thing. In fact, if he hasn’t proposed to you, HE’S NOT THAT INTO YOU. Cubans are just dramatic and that’s just his way of expressing himself. I’m just gonna skip over how sex actually works in Cuba, because I’m sure you’ve gotten plenty of practice.Sometimes they have specials for international calling. It took me 8 months of dating before I topped him up for the first time. It’s better if he/she has a car or house that they can put a lean on to ensure he returns.I needed him to hustle for these phone calls until I felt secure enough to send money. But not everyone is paranoid as me, so if you can’t wait to talk to him, go ahead and do so! After this experience, though, let a man not text me back. IF HE DIDN’T HAVE TO RIDE HIS BIKE, SPEND HIS ENTIRE PAYCHECK, AND SIT IN THE HOT SUN TO TALK TO ME THEN I DON’T WANT IT. This process takes 2 to 3 months (probably lookin’ more like 3) and the visa is valid for 5 years. This has been, admittedly, the hardest thing for me to overcome.With the absence of a strong presence of Catholicism, Cubans are, for the most part, sexually free and not conservative about sex at all.
This blog post is for all y’all who got lost in the Cuban sauce and the things I’ve learned that has made my life easier having a long-distance relationship in one of the most difficult countries in the world. No proposal means he’s just not willing to be extra about you. In addition, the owners of casa particulares probably won’t appreciate you bringing over a Cuban man or woman unannounced.They can only see the last 10 emails sent before it automatically deletes, so don’t be blowing up his email.Also, you’ll find yourself dropping everything to talk to him once he is connected to internet, because you never know when he’s going to be able to connect again. I got so tired of carrying around my phone and being available, especially when you’re traveling or at work trying to live your life.Click CUBA, type in his/her number, click the CUBACEL option, and check the amount of money you want to send. Many young men have a visa to travel and it is not as difficult as it seems. First he needs to get a passport, which takes about a month.I only top up when there is an “oferta” or sale where you can send and he will receive . He’ll need to take a photo and provide some documents. Second he needs a visa, which is 140CUC (a little extra to speed up the process if you pay off the guy) and can get denied at anytime without a refund.