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Travel Blogs from Cayo Coco
Yay! Holidays! I know, I can feel some of the hate vibes from you now. We´re away for 6 months before reaching Australia and reality hits home again. Cuba is our holiday from South America, but Cayo Coco is our holiday from Cuba.
We left our big bags in Puchy´s house, as we´d be popping back there on Sunday night before getting the 2 …
... fun. Our matches were often very close, but to my satisfaction, I had a bit more luck in the decisive moments and won most matches :-).
To the west of Cayo Coco is a smaller island called Cayo Guillermo, which contains the Playa Pillar, a beach highly recommended in the Lonely Planet. As Cayo Guillermo is also connected via a causeway to Cayo Coco, we were able to take a bus to Playa Pillar, which took about one hour each way, stopping at each and every resort along the way. ...
Got on the Canadian North flight leaving YK at 5 pm. Spent several hours playing driving games and having a beer. Just after midnight got on the red eye to Toronto. So, after thinking the plane was flapping its wings to get here last night we landed in a very foggy Toronto. Bumpy flight, bumpy landing, I am sure that it means a great flight and a smooth landing at our next ...
... had sand like icing sugar. So soft and gorgeous and of course it was a perfect sunny day. The rest of our day was great too. We had to wait again for lunch as I mentioned so they set us up at the beach bar where our bartender mixed us up some mojitoes. Nice way to spend a ...
... about some wild cows which were white. It seemed a little far-fetched but then lo and behold they were all over the road and we had to almost stop to avoid hitting them.
Our hotel was quite nice. It's a budget hotel, only 3 1/2* but it was very clean, cute room and we had an Oceanview.
We checked in no problem and so began our ...
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center