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... type cup, but it is sweeter (they roast the beans with sugar) and does not have the same kick. As we were standing there Marcelo was explaining that in the evenings the locals come down and stand in groups. If you want to talk soccer you go with one group, politics another. This is very much a social community. After we finished our coffee we went for a driving tour of downtown Miami. They dropped us back off at the hotel just before midnight. ...
... them again when we drive to Miami again for a cruise.
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... about his adventures exploring the island. The others had grown up in families who had houses in Cuba at around the same time.
It has been a very exciting day, but we have an early flight tomorrow. Time to head back to my room for a good night's rest. Hopefully, thoughts of all wonderful things that I am going to see and do in the next two weeks won't keep me up.
... near the big island of the Bahamas, I was struck with how crystal blue the water was. It was a beautiful shade of turquoise.
Landing at 12:35, little did I know there was another travel surprise coming. Leaving the gate where the plane parked, one has to go up an escalator and then walk to immigration. When I got to the top of the escalator, in between me and the first moving ...