Tuxedo Stan’s World Tour – Cuba Buenos diás

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May 18, 2013 2 Comments ›› Hugh

My friend Carole took minion Angelina Lyn on a great trip to Cuba! Angelina saw lots of incredible things on her journey that I would like to share.

Click on any of the thumbnails to see a full-sized photograph.

I will let Angelina guide you – in her own words:

First, we sat on the beach, and the very nice security guard made me my own cricket to play with out of palm leaves:

Angelina in her cricket

Angelina in her cricket

 

Then we had another great day by the pool. I was the hit of the party!

Angelina by the pool

Angelina by the pool

 

The next day, we met the hotel’s guardian hawk. I named him Hudson Hawk. He sat outside the restaurant to try and scare the other birds away. He wasn’t doing such a great job though, so they offered me the post. I told them I had many important things to do back in Halifax, so I couldn’t accept!

Angelina with Hudson Hawk

Angelina with Hudson Hawk

 

Next, my “people” hired a 1957 Chevy to take me on a private tour of Cuba. What a day!

1957 Chevy

1957 Chevy

 

We saw a guy named “Che”. They called him the hero of the revolution, but I am not a political animal so I don’t really know what that means!

 

Che Guevara

Che Guevara

 

This is “Freedom Tower”. You can go up 30 stories and look at all of Havana! By the way Havana is the English word, it is actually Habana!

Freedom Tower

Freedom Tower

 

Last but not least, here are 2 pics of the family of cats I adopted in Cuba. Mom, Dad and babies. We fed them every day we were there. We had such a wonderful trip!

Cuban cat family

Cuban cat family

Cuban cats

Cuban cats

 

Thank you Carole and Minion Angelina. What a fun journey! Cuba looks like a great place to visit. Hasta luego!

Love,

Tuxedo Stan

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Comments

  1. Diana Piggott says:

    What wonderful pictures!! Weren’t you worried that the hawk might carry off such a tasty little minion, though??

  2. carole says:

    Nope. He just looked bored most of the time. Poor thing! 🙂 He was tied 🙁

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