Category: All-Inclusive

Cuban Resorts

Iberostar Ensenachos

Iberostar Ensenachos, Cayo Santa Maria (Isla). Cayo Ensenachos Santa María Clara, Cuba Well, I am overdue on my articles but, I am still unsure of what to say about this resort, this area and this Country. It is almost a question of writing about the country to understand the resort. One one hand, I want …

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The Casa Magna Marriott Puerto Vallarta

The Casa Magna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Posted by Laura Snow on March 7, 2015 1 Nestled in the Puerto Vallarta Marina beach strip, the Casa Magna Marriott is a beautiful beachfront resort, with a full conference center, five restaurants, three pools and a fantastic fitness centre. The tropical grounds of the resort are covered in cacti, …

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Is Cancellation Insurance worth the cost?

Is Cancellation Insurance worth the cost? Before today, I would have questioned on how to answer this question. Being in Canada, the inexpensive  flyer to the islands is Sunwing. I have had great and not so great, vacations in the past,  but the price being so far below the commercial carriers, it is hard to …

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Beware of the Hidden Mega Resort!

I am finding a disturbing trend in the resort industry. It’s been known for awhile now that most people don’t really like a resort with 2,000 plus rooms in it. In fact the perfect maximum size seems to be between 6-750 rooms. If you find a resort with say 1-200 rooms, many people would expect …

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What to take or not take (Part 2)

In my last letter, I covered some of the basics on light travel packing. Now I want to share a few interesting things I discovered over the years. Once you go to an area for five or more times, you will most likely buy less and less to bring back with you, In fact you …

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