. . . . So dramatic, both intentionally, and unplanned.
One of our elderly Travelers got dehydrated and nearly got hurt badly. But among the'd emergency medic training our Cuban guide has, Ned's quickness in grabbing his chair as he and it were falling backwards -- after which he'd surely have hit his head badly on the concrete floor -- and that we have a physician among the Travelers -- who is also a long-time friend of the gentleman who was the patient, all was resolved. And he would not go back to the hotel. He would not go back and sit in the a/ced bus. When he felt hydrated and electrolyted and fanned enough by all of us ladies, he stood up, and then he danced with his wife. He was going to hear this music that he loves. But tonight he's staying in because they got back in their room, his wife said, "No more, today."
In the high 80's in the daytime. The nights are magic.
Wifi is very iffy, very expensive, and besides, we are very occupied! But Today Itook out the morning and slept for hours. I went out with everyone this afternoon, during which K had his dehydration fainting spell. I'm taking out tonight too. Tomorrow, Guantanamo.
Little news is creeping in but -- Alexandria Ocasio Cortez -- You Go!