Monthly Archives: April 2013

Good Morning!

As part of my bus route I do one leg of high school kids. There are about 20 of them, pretty good kids overall; certainly, I’ve had no problems with them. I make a point of saying “Good Morning” to … Continue reading

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On returning to real life after Cuba….

We arrived home on the Sunday night to the news that Stephen’s dad had been admitted to hospital and wasn’t expected to make it through the night. However, Stephen phoned the hospital at 6:30 am Monday morning while trying to … Continue reading

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Stephen’s additions to Cuba…

I read my Cuba posts to Stephen as he was cruising along I81 in New York State last night, and he had some suggestions for things he would have included, but which I didn’t. I found it interesting that the … Continue reading

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Cuba part – um…four?

Stephen and I agreed that the next time we go on holidays we WON’T book all of our excursions back to back! The next morning we did the by-now-familiar routine of finding our bus for the short trip to the … Continue reading

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Cuba part three

Our day in Havana was absolutely amazing! After navigating the ritual morning bus throng, we boarded a tour bus bound for Havana. Our tour guide was a university student named Nilan, who was working on a Masters degree in English … Continue reading

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Cuba Part two

Yeah, I know this is long overdue, get over it, life has been busy. Our second day in Cuba was the first of our excursions, this one the catamaran cruise. We were to meet in the lobby for 7:30 to … Continue reading

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