Islazul Canimao Hotel

Address: Carretera Matanzas-Varadero km. 4 1/2, Varadero, Cuba | Hotel
 
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      Fun in Varadero

      A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Dec 24, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... Ocean was as warm as ever but we have a few dark clouds around and believe it or not an odd shower of rain! It doesn't cause us a problem because its still warm and wonderful, nothing like the December cold rain we are used to back home. I manage to get an hours Wifi to send Christmas wishes to my gorgeous daughter Laura and daughter-in-law Tara as my son Adam is still working. So after our usual 'Coffee stop' at ...

      The adopted son, called Che

      A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Dec 20, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... else, me included, had pillows over their heads trying to sleep.
      Onwards, farewell Trinidad and the central south coast. Today we are back with Francisco and Daniel and driving north to Varadero. It'll be a long tiring day but wow the sights! We head into the Escambray mountains for a visit to a coffee plantation, one of many in the area and enjoy a perfect cup of Espresso with a display by the local parrots who are squawking non stop in the trees surrounding us. I do get ...

      Resort Dogs and Cats end up Dead!

      A travel blog entry by glenp.rich on Nov 21, 2014

      2 photos

      ... dog would need a vet check, a rabies vaccine and then a quarantine for 40 days. Emma who wanted to adopt Angel was going home and her friend would be coming a week after I left to make the arrangements for Angel. I gladly offered to watch over her for the week and would then find someone else to for the week that I was gone. We went for walks together and I noticed that when some male staff approached, she would run off and then 5 minutes later she would ...

      The Inevitable Ride Back to Jose Marti Airport

      A travel blog entry by lasallelgu on Mar 09, 2013

      ... the ride was only about five minutes, and now that we lost our Brazilian counterparts, we too were ready to get off the bus for good. It truly had been an eye-opening experience that I will take with me in my personal and professional life. Even the inevitable bus ride to the airport has been an experience in which I find myself reflecting on often. However, I hope that one day I will have the privilege of returning to ...

      MY EXPERIENCES ABOUT SAPA TREKKING AND HOMESTAY TO

      A travel blog entry by jenifer08022011 on Oct 17, 2012

      ... the time stop at the nice view here. While having our breakfast, Greg wants the prettiest hawker, Jeremy wants to chase smoke and I just want my Pho Ga....

      The trip to Giang Ta Chai village, Silver waterfall of Red Dzao was incredible feeling for us. It was the true experiences when I found out Suspension Ranttan Bridge and met the locals, shared cultural experience with their families. On the way trek we called Su Pan Village as mountainous commune! There are ...