Day 2 – Miami Beach

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It has been almost a month since the last time I updated this blog because I wanted to revamped the whole look of my page before I create a new one. Apparently, I wasn’t able to squeeze in a good amount of time to overhaul my blog until last week. So there, a new look it is and hopefully you guys like it better.

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For the second day of our Miami Beach escapade, we went to Little Havana after spending most of our time at the beach. Little Havana is basically a small neighborhood where you’ll see Cuban restaurants, music clubs, and anything related to Cuban’s culture.

One of the famous streets is calle ocho where the whole stretch is full of cigar stores, lively music and to my opinion, is the main attraction in Little Havana.

When we get there, there was this one restaurant that plays Latin music that echoes through the whole street and made everything seems to be alive. On the other block there was this cigar store that we went to and looked at different types of cigars available. I was surprised at how expensive some of it and there were so many types that I didn’t pay enough attention because I was busy calculating everything. That is, If I were to buy them but in reality I wouldn’t because I don’t really smoke. But anyway, the boyfriend bought one to bring home for his brother.

Overall there’s nothing much to do and see in Little Havana. So if you’ll omit this in your itinerary it will be totally fine. After exploring the streets, we went back to South Beach and had a South American type of dinner at Bolivars which was pretty amazing.

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