Splitting the Cuban DVDs into sections on cars, buses and trucks is really vital as there are not that many people whose interests cross all genres but Cuba does make it difficult as most of the best trucks are a form of stage carriage and just about anything that moves is some form of public transport from carts to motorbikes etc. There are all sorts of weird and hard to understand laws governing vehicles most of which are at the end of the line vested in state ownership save those documented as having been privately used before the revolution. The state now has at least 3 coach lines for tourists and a couple for locals then all sorts of municipals and 'taxi' buses. Later trucks and buses which appear as American ( as in USA) are/were sourced from Canada, the old schoool buses are spread very widely although many not in service. School transport marked on a bus doesn't really mean it is used as such. Splitting the material means trawling through it several times to select the correct shots and some scenes may include more than one mode. All run over the minimum hour we like to offer.
We've put away the indoor tree and santa gnome that sister Yvonne gave us, yes we really will use it again. The outside tree is replanted in the garden. Shopping has been done despite the foul weather, we've dropped off a gift at our neighbours who so kindly rescued us when Arrow cars let us down on Christmas eve transport to the airport. We are catching up with a bit of television, Mandy has been doing here favourite, the ironing! The cases have gone back into the garage for a few weeks and now I must take a peek at Bangladesh weather! More shots on our journey through Cuba.