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A Travel Blog by danalubow
... from Los Angeles, California to Tampico México and eventually to Cuba with the Pastors for Peace 19th Friendshipment Caravan. The bookmobile's history prior to June 2008 may be followed by viewing the "Bookmobile to Cuba: From Gentry to Granma's" blog.
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A Travel Blog entry by ecschultz from Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
... them, "Oh no, not again! I know they're headed to Granma's!" Panic sets in again and sure enough, I followed them right into Granma's since I couldn't get around all 7 of them before we got there. I jumped out of the car and ran into the office before ...
A Travel Blog entry by feltham from Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
... although their hospital was ruined and hasn't been reopened. It was GREAT to see Bendigo and everyone. Cam had made a yummy lasagna for our dinner. Granma was still a bit jetlagged from South America but she still managed to beat me at ...
A Travel Blog entry by rmhtraveller from Havana , Cuba
... see today. Next door to the Museum of the Revolution is the Granma memorial. This is the resting place of the boat called Granma, which brought Fidel Castro and others to Cuba when they staged the revolution in 1956.. The reason why the boat is called ...
A Travel Blog entry by mumnrina from Jarvenpaa, Southern Finland, Finland
... ?) " Olenko mina mummun nakoinen?" ( do I look like a granma?) "Joo " ( yes) Had to smile.... I guess that makes me a granma! For a few days I looked after the children as much as I could so that A&K could get a few major outdoor tasks completed..... ...
A Travel Blog entry by sf2paris from La Habana, Cuba
... -balle de collique nephretique en ligne. Tiens, ceux qui lisent l'espagnol je vous en supplie lisez ça c'est geant: http://www.granma.cu/espanol/2008/abril/mier2/cartadefidel.html Je traduis le meilleur passage, signe Fidel en personne (payé au mot ...
A Travel Blog entry by pauline8 from Manjimup, Western Australia, Australia
... Out Muir Highway, turn left at Mt Barker then right just before Cranbrook and we were into new territory. First stop - Granma country. Gnowangerup. It was a sobering time looking at countryside that Granma has talked about for, like, forever. Jam tree ...
A Travel Blog entry by helenbels from Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
... - I had roast caribou which was delicious - and a bottle of wine before retiring. The next day Ceila, Mike and I watched Granma make bread and baked goodies for a while before heading off to get our passports stamped at the post office. They have a ...
A Travel Blog entry by danalubow from McAllen, Texas, United States
... library system for themselves. They learned from Cuban librarians that a bookmobile would be very appreciated in the rural province of Granma to provide outreach services.. After purchasing one on e-Bay, it was driven to Los Angeles. A grant was given ...
A Travel Blog entry by kristinharper from Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
... I hit up the St. Patrick's Day parade in Trafalgar Square. Andi and I also headed over to Paris on the 23rd for the weekend. Granma this song is not for you to listen to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gG_dA32oH44 . We had such a great time! ...
A Travel Blog entry by kristinharper from London, England, United Kingdom
... buy you drinks - even when you're on shift. Other than that, it's been a lot of work. Today was particularly shitty though. Granma, turn away. Apparently 270 pounds went missing from the till yesterday at the pub. Now, that is a lot of money; no one ...
A Travel Blog entry by terryback from Havana, Cuba
... . But the only feeling you get for the revolution seems to come from the museums, the old murals and the daily newspaper - the Granma - the people themselves don't seem to bring it up at all. . Nearly 50 years later, the man is still ...
A Travel Blog entry by rapula from Havana, Cuba
... , all along the malecon (sea wall walk) and old city, and then spent time at the Palace of the Revolution and checking out Granma and the other classic history from 1956 onwards. I met Ben and Nichole on the plane coming over from Cancun, and we chatted ...
A Travel Blog entry by bibayfintan from Vilcabamba, Loja, Ecuador
... eyes from lying on the red hammock. Luckily it didn't take me long to find another...ahem..shelter... Goodbye Red Riding Hood's granma's house, hello Goldilocks and the three bears cabaña! Yep, our new house is a wooden cabaña located by the river, not ...
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Carretera Granma, km. 12 1/2 , Pilon, Granma Province, Cuba, Caribbean
Bored in marea from CDN_ROCKER This place is a retirement home , being a teenager I was bored out of my mind , the entertainment was horrid and the only good thing about this place was the beach!..don't go here if you want even minimal ...Traveler Rating
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Calle Colon, e/Av. de la Belgica y Calle Agramonte , Havana, Cuba61 reviews
A glass enclosure behind the Museo de la Revolucion shelters the Granma, the yacht that transported Castro and 81 guerrillas back to Cuba from exile in Mexico in 1956. Bought from an American, the 38-ft craft designed to carry 25 (presumably unarmed) ...