In Havana you can find these wifi parks where people go to get online. You need a scratch off card to log on so I'm standing in line waiting to buy one at a park kiosk. It's been an hour when the door opens, the clerk needs to get more cards from the office. It's freaking hot and people are upset for waiting so long. A man starts complaining and starts talking to me directly. I listen and ask questions whenever I can. He says that a lot of things in Cuba don't work, that the government doesn't really give a shit about the people, that corruption is rife. He has lots to say. From the corner of my eye I see an old man who is listening carefully. Suddenly the old man turns to him and says:

In Havana you can find these wifi parks where people go to get online. You need a scratch off card to log on so I'm standing in line waiting to buy one at a park kiosk. It's been an hour when the door opens, the clerk needs to get more cards from the office. It's freaking hot and people are upset for waiting so long. A man starts complaining and starts talking to me directly. I listen and ask questions whenever I can. He says that a lot of things in Cuba don't work, that the government doesn't really give a shit about the people, that corruption is rife. He has lots to say. From the corner of my eye I see an old man who is listening carefully. Suddenly the old man turns to him and says: "you know, your tongue can often be your worst enemy. I could get a police van here in 15 minutes to take you to the station to repeat everything you've just said to this foreigner." Havana, Cuba - May 2017

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In Havana you can find these wifi parks where people go to get online. You need a scratch off card to log on so I'm standing in line waiting to buy one at a park kiosk. It's been an hour when the door opens, the clerk needs to get more cards from the office. It's freaking hot and people are upset for waiting so long. A man starts complaining and starts talking to me directly. I listen and ask questions whenever I can. He says that a lot of things in Cuba don't work, that the government doesn't really give a shit about the people, that corruption is rife. He has lots to say. From the corner of my eye I see an old man who is listening carefully. Suddenly the old man turns to him and says: "you know, your tongue can often be your worst enemy. I could get a police van here in 15 minutes to take you to the station to repeat everything you've just said to this foreigner." Havana, Cuba - May 2017

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In Havana you can find these wifi parks where people go to get online. You need a scratch off card to log on so I'm standing in line waiting to buy one at a park kiosk. It's been an hour when the door opens, the clerk needs to get more cards from the office. It's freaking hot and people are upset for waiting so long. A man starts complaining and starts talking to me directly. I listen and ask questions whenever I can. He says that a lot of things in Cuba don't work, that the government doesn't really give a shit about the people, that corruption is rife. He has lots to say. From the corner of my eye I see an old man who is listening carefully. Suddenly the old man turns to him and says: