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Downtown Havana let goes on in much the same -- as -- -- -- years into chevys were down the street -- snapped photos that came it instructor.
-- -- about their daily struggle to make and me and police officers keep watch allies and everywhere all part of the daily.
Only a few miles away -- insurgencies -- -- of those.
Another part of Cuban society is going about its daily -- With their tattoos died there and recruiting Cuba's -- skateboarding community doesn't fit the description of the typical people.
And to them that's just.
And when I'm on an idea if anything.
I just looking on the -- and he.
-- -- -- -- -- -- It is conventional fossil of -- -- -- -- on single philosophy.
He -- on the home -- Again we'll let him play and looking.
-- -- -- And along with the 94 point 9% literacy rate.
And universal health care one of the revolution's proudest achievements of the past fifty plus years.
Has been its accomplishments in sport.
Where there was the endless supply of talent of players coming up the country's baseball.
Where the nation's -- on the Olympic stage the cancer gene -- you sport to showcase Cuba to the world.
However sport begins nosedive after the fall of the Soviet Union when much of its cash flow and access to sports science was cut off.
Even with Cuba's triumph during the 1991 Pan American games sports drift into the -- -- seemed inevitable.
-- Cubans they shortages and get some food and other goods they have become accustomed to them.
Sports for our.
Felt so fractured his ball.
Actually wanna try it out environment.
Much like the early days of -- in the United States the school started the popular activity for the island's small surfing community when the -- were flat.
Ever -- board written by towards.
Cuba's skating pioneers began jury rig in the room script would seem real book that it -- -- cards and in the other -- Saturday early thirties -- And what's left -- you let -- see.
It's what you're going to -- Friends -- who -- he's okay.
-- For all the uncertainty in the country today Cubans have moments of -- right optimism but always tinged with a bit of sort inspection.
Many believe the government can't last forever some hope to make it -- ninety miles the United States.
Others just take everything with a -- so because at the end of the day that's Cuba.
Love and walked into the Wallace Nazis if you go -- -- So it was.
But could -- a little deficient.
People -- get up.
Well out of that are there any -- -- -- valuable it's a lot of us about it in my mom -- -- homeless he got it.
You hit off.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- All the propaganda.
Paranoia and cctv.
The Cuban government could look at skaters for what -- socialism is there is no higher.
And have not.
The only thing that distinguishes one skater from the next to scale the -- is not about progress in understanding society were making money.
It's about progressing from samples that -- progressing.
And most importantly to have fun.
In Havana Cuba and --
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