February 13th, 2012 | Blog, Cuba, Musings/Reminiscences | 3 Comments
In the comments section to my 1/31/2012 Cuba post, Emily’s asked whether we were involved in the actual delivery of the medical supplies we took over and what free medical care means in Cuba. I can answer the former but not the latter question.
Those of us on the tour carried over-the-counter medical supplies of a wide variety, since pretty much everything you could buy at a Walgreen’s or CVS are needed. We were encouraged to spend about $50.00 each, as I recall. We had both a “drop” in Santiago and in Havana. In Santiago we met with … Read More