Biljke | Plants

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Psi | Dogs

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Reka Mjel | River Miel

Jug Kube, mali grad Barakoa, i u blizini malo selo Kabaku. Život u Kabakuu je uslovljen rekom Mjel. Mjel znači med.

Voda je kristalno jasna, struja blaga, a temperatura prijatna. Neki delovi su plitki, neki duboki. Male ribe plivaju okolo. Neki ljudi moraju da prelaze reku dva ili tri puta da bi stigli do svoje kuće. Ovo je mesto gde se ljudi kupaju i gde peru odeću, životinje i aute. Tu se deca igraju i uče da plivaju, tu se parovi nalaze, i umetnici razmišljaju. Koriste je svaki dan i u posebnim prilikama, kad bi napravili roštilj, sa prijateljima i muzikom. Sa njihovih prozora reka daje lep pogled.

Kažu da će se, onaj ko jednom dodje na reku Mjel, uvek iznova vraćati. 

Cuban south, small city called Baracoa, and near it a small village called Cabacu. Life in Cabacu is conditioned by the river Miel. Miel means honey. 

The water is crystal clear, the current is soft and the temperature is pleasant. Some parts are shallow, some are deep. Small fish swim around. Some people have to cross the river two o three times to get to their home. This is where people wash their bodies and clothes, their animals and cars. This is where children play and learn to swim, where couples hang out and artists contemplate. They use it every day and on special days, when they would make some barbecue, with some friends and music. From their windows the river makes a nice view.

It is said, that if someone comes to river Miel once, he’ll be always coming back.