He used to work at Playa Turquesa (about 9 months ago). But I am very sceptical with what I have read lately and with all the horror stories that I've heard in the past. I'm not sure yet if I want to and if I have the money to do it. And for those who are ashamed to tell their horror story and remain silent remember that this is confidential and that your bad experience may serve others. I was there to relax and forget about everything including an ex boyfriend. His name is Reinaldo and he works at the nautical center.Of course, cultural clashes can be a disheartening experience. As soon as I emigrated to the US, I dated an American girl.
Apparently, the strength of our family values are highly appreciated in the U. The value of giving everything for the other has been ingrained in us since we were children. I really like him but I see red flags here and there.Some of his behavior seems closer to that of a Cuban in Cuba even though he has been in USA for more than ten years.Is it possible that some of the values and attitudes from the tough times in Cuba are still entrenched on him?Examples: he doesn't like to work but he likes expensive clothes, he's always talking about different types of deals (from how to avoid paying taxes to getting a free education to whatever he could get without actually paying for it).