Grand Park Royal Cancun Caribe, Cancun, Mexico

Grand Park Royal Cancun Caribe is a resort of 311 luxury rooms and 33 villas. The site is not very big like other complexes and that’s exactly what makes it charming. There are 4 restaurants, a wellness center, spa, two swimming-pools and a beautiful view of the sea and the beach which is very beautiful. They have an all inclusive package with unlimited meals and drinks, room service available 24 /24 hours, a mini bar in the room, snacks and drinks for children, wi-fi throughout the site and several activities for the whole family. The rooms are quite spacious and the villas have a private pool. There is entertainment in the evening in the restaurants but in general the site is quiet enough and not noisy to relax on vacation.


If you wish, there is a service to buy tours in the area, available on site even as the possibility of renting a car.

If you want to dance, there is no disco in the hotel but you can walk for ten minutes and you will find some.

There is a little seashell on entering the sea so plan for water shoes.

Havana, Cuba

Havana is the capital, port, economic and cultural center of Cuba. The city has inherited a lot of Spanish colonial architecture. Unfortunately the old palaces are occupied by families who do not have the means to preserve them and a whole part of the city, not restored, is in a dismal state. The American blockade (1962) partly caused this situation. It counts with a road road The Malecon which runs along the coast. The pastel facades of the houses are faded because of the sea air and the sun. Its historic center La Habana Vieja (Old Havana) is the largest colonial city center in Latin America. It was almost abandoned for two centuries but thanks to restoration work, the city regains its splendor. You will also find discos, theaters and cabarets.


Avoid going between August and October as it is hurricane season.

Do not take as a guide the one who will offer himself as such in the street, although Havana is safe, we must still be wary and be attentive.

Take a guided tour of the city, it’s worth it, you’ll learn a lot of Cuban history.

If you like to go out at night, avoid places that are too dark. Enjoy the visit of the National Capitolio open to the public, quite visited for its beautiful architecture.

A visit to La Plaza de la Revolucion is a must, with the bronze sculpture of Che Guevara with his famous words Hasta la victoria siempre (always on the way to victory), which represent the signature of Che’s last letter to Fidel Castro before he was killed in Bolivia. This sculpture is on the facade of the Ministry of the Interior.

Bonaire, Lesser Antilles

Bonaire is an island part of the Leeward Islands group in the Lesser Antilles, located east of Curaçao off the coast of Venezuela. The island is divided between the Windward coast in the east and the Leeward coast in the west. There are just two cities; Kralendijk, its capital and Rincon but there are other agglomerations or neighborhoods dependent on them. Since 2010 is a Dutch municipality with special status. One of the main activities of the island is tourism as it is a stopover for some cruise lines. The island is very popular for scuba diving enthusiasts as a coral reef surrounds the island. You can visit the Washington National Slagbaai Park, well known for the presence of flamingos and wild donkeys; Fort Orange and all the beautiful beaches you will find everywhere. Many activities are available on the island such as climbing, cycling, scuba diving, horse riding, golf, etc.


If you visit the Washington Slagbaai National Park, you will have the opportunity to know Boca Slagbaai Beach, a good place for snorkelers. Bring protective shoes to walk on the beach and to enter the sea.

If you are traveling with children, visit Cai Beach or Chachacha Beach; ideal for swimming and also good places for picnics.

If you want a beach with all the comforts, you can visit Eden Beach which belongs to the resort of the same name. You will have access to comfort by paying an accessible fee.