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In 2014, the Cuban government opened 237 wi-fi hotspots for “public and social” use of the internet in parks and other public spaces.Access is expensive relative to Cuban salaries, but for many Havanans, the wi-fi is a lifeline to friends and family off the island.“News reporting problems of unrest in Venezuela is fake news,” announced the Cuban TV anchor as I drank my guava juice, mentally reviewing all the images of Venezuelan protesters I had seen.He was sitting on the corner of the park near my hosts’ house sharing a juice-box-sized rum with a friend, who introduced himself to me as “El Bicho” (“The Bug”). I’m looking for a woman with a splendid heart.” Passing through the Parque Trillo on the way to Old Havana, I met Venezuelan Luz Villegas, who was reading a book on a large tablet while rocking her one-year-old son in her arms.As he tried to connect to Facebook, Ovi explained, “I can’t connect every day because it is very expensive. “I live in Venezuela, but I want to move to Cuba for my son. She had married a Cuban, but they were living in Venezuela and only visiting family in Havana for a few days.When I can connect to Facebook, sometimes I can’t see photos because the connection is so bad. We want to know and understand and see the world.” The butchery where he works often runs out of meat in the first seven to 10 days of the month, so he usually has a lot of free time. (He and many other people I talked to asked that only their first names be used.) He wore a gold chain with a serpent on it and paused his phone conversation to tell me, “I’m talking to a friend in Canada. The next day, near the Malecón, I found men clustered on benches around a metal sculpture called “Primavera” by the Cuban artist Rafael San Juan.“I don’t work much, but I make about 10 CUC per month. Abner Ruíz, 24, told me, “I'm talking to my girlfriend. She lives in Los Angeles and visits me twice a year.” A kitten ran under our feet as we talked, and in the corner of the park two police stood guard with a large, muzzled German Shepherd.While most men agree they are cute, many write them off as being too transactional.
These Latinas of the Caribbean, garner mixed reviews.
They said the wi-fi connection was bad, but they were thankful to be able to communicate with family members living abroad.
Walking back from the Malecón, I chatted with Ovi Domínguez, 43, who works in a state-run butchery.
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.