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Travel Blogs from Cayo Guillermo
... locked in a safety deposit back in Santa Clara. So we had went to a nearby town called CaibariÚn instead.
Guess what we did the next day. Yes we did! To the beach, this time with our passport.
... on the Trent and Mersey canal." Scuppered ! I would have needed more than Dutch courage to blag my way through this situation. Actually we had a very pleasant evening talking about Australia. It's our last day today and we are out on the sun deck again, sitting in the shade again, reading again. We have been reflecting on our first Princess cruise while sipping ...
... are only 4 hotels in the area all owned by the state but managed jointly with a private company, normally Spanish like MeliÓ. These are All inclusive resorts, so we got the bracelet and forgot about the rest. Total relaxation. The girls really needed it. It was a great place for us to spend a few days for us. The beach was nice but the wind was quite strong. As a result, the water was full ...
... fish: keep your fingers above the water or your likely to get it pinched!
Three nights in the resort is enough
Both of us really enjoyed the time and relaxation at our Hotel Colonial resort. With this all-inclusive package it was really easy, meaning one had to think about nothing, but what to eat and drink and what to do next. However, both of us were now ready again for seeing the real Cuba again. With the only Cubans around being the staff working for ...
... could sip pina coladas on their beach, and lobsters/other-saltwater-delicacies are only available for tourist consumption and export. that being said, there was a whole lot of guilt, and a whole lot of head-banging-against-a-wall. our plan was to get out as much as possible. and so we did. but at least it looked like ...
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