Tomorrow I’m off to Cuba for a two-week holiday, so there probably won’t be any more posts on this blog until I get back next year. I’m going on a tour with a small group and will be travelling all over the island and visiting such places as Havana, Trinidad, Camaguey and Santiago de Cuba, where I’ll be on Christmas Day.

¡Hasta luego!

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40 Responses to Cuba

  1. Polly says:

    ¡Que tenga un buen viaje!

  2. Kelly says:

    ¡Pásalo bomba! 🙂

  3. Laci the Hun says:

    Bonan vojaĝon kara samideano 🙂

  4. Zachary R. says:

    Yo vengo de pasar dos semanas en Camboya, y ahora que he vuelto, ¿Ud. sale? Bah, ¡espero que tenga un buen viaje en Cuba!

  5. Juliette says:

    Fijne vakantie & alvast een gelukkig nieuwjaar !

  6. Nikki says:

    Have fun!

  7. Polly says:

    счастливого пути!

    Բարի Ճանապար

    Gute Reise

  8. jdotjdot89 says:

    I’m feeling the pressure here to say “Have a good trip” in another language.

    להתארות ואני מקווה שיהיה לך טיול טוב!

  9. Declan says:

    Bain sult as!

  10. Evans Knight says:

    سفار بخیر

  11. Joseph Staleknight says:

    Uh… Bon voyage?

  12. TJ says:

    Feliz Navidad!

    عيد ميلاد مجيد (سعيد)….وسفر سعيد

  13. Evans Knight says:

    la familia de mi madrastra es de camagüey…es un lugar muy bello.

  14. Zsar says:

    Espero que lo pase muy bien en la hermosa isla de Cuba. Enhorabuena por su fantástica página dedicada a los idiomas.

    Feliz Navidad

  15. B Jun says:

    즐거운 여행이 되길 바랍니다.

  16. 王翀 says:


  17. Travis says:

    Have a great trip Simon. Hope you share some of your photos of the Carribean adventure on your return.

  18. As we say in Xliponia:

    Poun hommear!

  19. Josh says:

    Iajve Noél ei Iajve Birmamie!

  20. Jangari says:

    Me-yobe maman!

  21. Werstan says:

    Josh, ribelda zivlemi zoú? Grazhi g’diizhi zarda! Iajve noél ei iajve birmamie u dve zoú, noenum.

  22. Melik says:

    Hyvää matkaa!

  23. céline says:

    Well, I’m off to Cuba for a two-week holiday on a tour with a small group on Saturday and will be travelling all over the island and visiting such places as Havana, Trinidad, Camaguey and Santiago de Cuba on Saturday, so maybe see you there!

  24. Josh says:

    Je, ribelzhi dobida. Zvozhi amerikaóim rule nije dii u Kuba- diida jeti?

  25. Werstan says:

    Josh, na- ior drurvem ei ribel net kubano-spanski. Gvebal ior net weltveforuum zoó?

  26. Keith says:

    loloma mada

  27. Robert says:

    wesołych świąt i szczęśliwego nowego roku!

  28. BG says:

    Josh & Werstan: just wondering, what language are you using.

  29. TJ says:

    BG: It is some where in Eastern Europe …… I think they are using Czech 🙂
    ….. or could be Slovak of course! 🙂

  30. BG says:

    Thanks, it kind of seemed like that to me, but I wasn’t sure.

  31. RC says:

    Felicxan Naskigxtagon!

  32. Josh says:

    BG- The language we’re using has a couple of names but the “standard” form is called Ostic. It was constructed about 5 years ago and used in a fanfiction thread of a forum that no longer exists. I’m using the standard dialect and Werstan is using what I think is cyllesian. There are at least 30-50 people that I knew of who used it regularly. It’s changed so much from it’s original form that it looks really authentic- and the pronunciation is so relaxed now that it sounds like a real language too.

    The last thing that Werstan asked was “Why isn’t there a chatting-forum here?” I think it would be a great idea.

  33. Werstan says:

    Glizi z’wirli! (the secret is out!)

  34. Rmss says:

    Cool, any link to a page which describes the language?

  35. Werstan says:

    Rmss, Ba net widla… vi dru dunrum. Driiba i zhivo-PDF wige informazoúm, ní vritizhi ri-zhizhil.

    (I can’t find it… it’s been so long. Maybe I have a PDF file with the information on it, but I would have to look for it)

    Literally: Rmss, can not to find… make too much time ago. Maybe have file-PDF with information, but I would must it to search for.

  36. Rmss says:

    If you could, that would make me REALLY happy :-). How did you learned it?

    If you find anything, send me an e-mail (also my MSN); tommie22 [at] hotmail [dot] com

  37. This is a little late, but this is “Merry Christmas” in my conlang, Aramansch: Sakanod Mischachmegdeftes!

    Incidentally, there is a Hebrew loanword in there–although it’s changed over the centuries since the Aramansch first heard it… 😉

  38. Travis says:

    Sakanod New Year, Minstrel Ayreon.

  39. BG says:

    Thanks Josh.

  40. Sakanad Eijadflaen! 😉

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