Hotel Playa Coco
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- Continental Breakfast
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Complete chill out day. Did very little other than lie on the beach, read our books and lurked around. We did go on a snorkelling trip for an hour but other than that completely relaxed which was brilliant! Thoroughly enjoyed our resort, really good food and great room and great ...
... concession in Mozambique and lives in Ballito, so chatted to him a bit but turns out there is a fairly large group of South African's on a tiger fishing trip. Had a good night but the place and entertainment is so touristy and no where near the Cuba we are used too! That said it has been incredibly relaxing, the food very good and the service excellent. We were planning to head to Playa Laga in the south but decided to stay another night ...
... good to get along with and really exhausted. Right from the first night we bonded and got along as if we'd been friends for years, but our first night there was way too muggy and hot. Throughout the entire week, we made jokes with each other and pretty much all acted like best friends. All we did was drink, sit by the pool, sit on the beach, swim, tan, and eat. The ocean was crystal ...
... we get an English speaking guide and we learn a lot:
- This sugar mill worked from 1914 until 2002
- Cuba had 176 sugar mills, after the Russian collapse most of them closed and today there are only 50 still open
- In this mill worked once 350 people
- We saw how they made the sugar syrup in the really old days with the oxen, how it got boiled and then thick honey ...
... than its more famous sister. Cayo Coco was only inhabited in 1992 and in 1998 a 27 kilometer long causeway was built to connect the island with the mainland. Knowing about the business of mass quantity discounts, we arranged our accommodation via one of Cuba’s state-owned travel agencies rather than showing up in the hotel and paying an astronomically high rate. All hotels on Cayo Coco are all-inclusive, i.e. all food and drinks are included in the price, and there is ...