Juggling in the Kidergarden

12th of February 2016


While I felt yesterday more like seeing a doctor, I feel a lot better today.

Shoshana, Nieves and me, went to a catholic kindergarden on the countryside. The house was surrounded by palms with ripe bananas. Inside 20 kids and the kindergarten teacher were staring at a flat screen, which is barely to find in all houses in Cuba.

After I run a juggling show with lemons, since I forgot to bring your juggling balls to Cuba, Shoshana presented a short puppet show in Spanish. Afterwards I played with some kids, who were very well disciplined. After our show we were invited for coffee and got a lot of home grown bananas and guavas.

This evening we were invited from a local friend to a restaurant. We were surprised to see, that all drinks and meals cost just 6 CUC (=6 Dollar) for 6 persons together. They told us that this is not cheap having in mind that a typical pension is only 15 Dollars per month. Anyway, these prices are only for Cubans.


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