Eden Village Cayo Largo

Address: Cayo Largo, Cuba | Resort
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    Travel Blogs from Cayo Largo

    Cienfuegos - Refinery

    A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on May 27, 2015

    May 27 Visit to Cienfuegos refinery. Dylan, Rogelio and his local guy Hennessy visited the Cienfuegos refinery where they also had been using our equipment full time since 2008 in their API separators to remove surface oil and return it back into the refinery system. We met the teams for the ...

    Cienfuegos sea side town

    A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on May 26, 2015

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    ... and I were working a bit at the refinery in Cienfuegos so it was very handy.

    The heat in Cienfuegos is typically about 2-3 C more than Havana so be prepared to be hot and sticky. The rooms are all air conditioned for sleeping. We would highly recommend this spot for
    travelers that wish to experience the "real" Cuba and live with a local family.

    Cienfuegos is a nice town, it has ...

    "The Pearl of the South"

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Apr 30, 2015

    ... t worth it. Indeed if I'd had somewhere to store my bag I could've bounced out of town by mid afternoon. Everythings pretty much ticked off the list here already. I can see why Sophie said I should skip it, though with three weeks on the island I may as well see as much as I can of it, even if some "highlights" are duds.

    The rain didn't subside for the rest of the day though I did briefly pop out for food. Otherwise I stayed in, read and watched Jack Reacher. ...

    Dive Cuba

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Apr 29, 2015

    ... a Dutch guy who hasn't dived in about two years. You could tell. Equipment everywhere and arms flailing. But you know, it's the sea so I could usually keep some distance. It was a shore dive where the waves were smashing the rocks. Not a great entrance point, but I have like, a mask and this thing that allows me to breath even when getting smashed in the face by waves so it worked out okay. Because of high winds (and thus high waves) visibility was pretty poor. We swam out to a ...

    Playa Larga

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Apr 28, 2015

    ... speaks English here, but I am getting by prety well on my Spanish. Juice pronounciations aside.

    The main draw here is the beach and a nearby national park. The beach makes up an area called the bay of pigs. The US launched an embarissingly poor invasion here after the Castro adminstration came to power. The beach itself is pretty ******. Not good sand, and rubbish in the water. The nearby national park is essentially a massive swamp (the largest in the ...