Roberto Soler Caldas

General Information
Current Name
Robert Victor Soler
Current Location
United States of America
Name on Arrival
Roberto Soler Caldas
Age on Arrival
Date of Arrival
Monday, October 2, 1961
Stayed With
Relatives, then Camp Matecumbe and soon after Opa Locka

Roberto's Story

I arrived in Miami just like any other Cuban kid who came to the US without his parents; somehwat fearful, excited, curious and with a tremendous urge to go and urinate; my brother followed me to the ...

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Hi Robert before anything tell anonymous to go to h---. Now let me thank you for a nice story I was at kendall an Opalocka until aug 63 so I think I meet you .Will like to talk to you my Email is take care

Message by Marcia Caridad Ramos Gonzalez | Aug 13th 2009

Roberto, you made me laugh. I've forgot the "jungle rot" and the treatment. Arghh, IT BURNED! Gracis Hermano! "To us and those like us, damn few left"

Message by Joaquin R. Delgado Aracil | Aug 10th 2009

08/10/09 Querido Roberto: I loved your are so detailed.......somos hermanos....siempre digo que hay un bond muy especial entre todos nosotros.......ojala puedas venir en Noviembre para la Gala...... Bienvenido y recibe un abrazo rico de otra hermana Pedro Pan. Otmara Capote

Message by Otmara Capote | Aug 10th 2009

Hi Roberto; Welcome...great sense of humor for a though time in all of our lives....but I love your story but like another Pedro Pan wrote me its the winter of our lives and we can now do and say whatever we want. We lived and survvived and triumph. Best Regards Gladys

Message by Gladys Perez Fleites | Aug 9th 2009

Welcome to the "Pedro Paneros" network, Robert! I have the honor to be the first to comment on your wonderful and entertaining story. It brought a smile to my face. I bet your patients were not only well cared for, but also always smiled when they saw you arrive. Yes, having this Pedro Pan experience created a special bond among us Cubans who came as kids and alone in those first years. Whether we met in person or not, whether we "forgot" one another or kept in touch over the years, we are sure to start a conversation and keep it going for a long time as we share memories and feelings that have been stored in our minds and hearts. May you enjoy this site and find as many old and new friends as I have. It's been tremendous! Con un abrazo de bienvenida, Yolanda

Message by Yolanda Cardenas Ganong | Aug 9th 2009

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