On the June 1st the hurricane season officially began.
I´m not really excited about this new season in Cuba. In 2008 when Katrina passed by on its way to USA Fidel´s home as homes of thousands of Cubans got totally destroyed and the family had to move in to a smaller wooden house.
Two days ago a cyclone (which is too weak to be called hurricane) visited Viñales and I must say I freaked out a bit. Everything was flying and I was sure we would end up without the roof. Fidel was loughing and saying it was nothing. That´s why I freaked out. If that was nothing how does a real hurricane look like? I really don´t want to know.
They say in The News that we should expect from 10 to 20 hurricanes in different categories this year and I really don´t look forward to it. If the real hurricane comes we have to pack our staff and move to a house that can survive a storm because our house sincerely can´t. It´s not even a matter of the strong winds. The problem is all the stuff than can fall down the roof. I really hope it will be a calm season.
How does it look like now? It´s been raining for 4 days now. In 4 days I went out once-today. To post this and buy some food. I can´t help and think about all the people who decided to visit the valley now and are locked in their Casas Particulares now 😦