What’s broken can always be fixed


One of the things I love about this country is it’s ability to fix things. Not a visit goes by without someone fixing something for me and it never ceases to amaze me.

The first time we were in Trindad, which is a beautiful small town in Sancti Spiritu. There is a walk you can do from the town up into the hills. It’s a good couple of hours but the reward is a fresh water pool and waterfall where everyone goes to dive and swim. The water is cold and delicious.
That day we’d packed rice, sandwiches and a bottle of rum. We sat in the water eating and drinking with our Cuban friends. On the descent back into town, sunned, slightly drunk and refreshed my friend’s sandal broke. They were her favourite, she loved them and wore them everywhere. It was a bit of a problem because we…

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