From our overworked Apartheid Resort Horror Stories Bureau:
Yet another Canadian family is upset about a ruined “dream holiday” at a Castronoid apartheid resort.
See photo above. Notice the four stars on the resort sign. Also notice the missing letter in the sign.
They should have figured out something would go wrong just from that missing letter.
According to this report, they were not the only guests forced to live like Cuban savages, so one must wonder: why is there only one news story about this catastrophe? Didn’t any of the other guests complain?
Another question: With stories like this in the press, why do Canadians and Europeans keep flocking to these apartheid resorts?
Is the joy of slumming so great? Is being a bigot such a thrill? Is the pleasure of being served by inferior beings that enjoyable?
Check out the resort and its amenities HERE.
Nightmare’ Sunwing holiday with no running water leaves people urinating in bushes
A Nova Scotia man says he’s not giving up his battle for a full refund of his all-inclusive Sunwing Vacations holiday to Cuba after spending almost a week without running water at the Starfish Cayo Santa Maria Colonial resort earlier this year.
It got so bad for vacationers at the resort, where toilets couldn’t be flushed, “A lot of people would just find a bush [to urinate],” said Ben Nanton.
The water issue created all sorts of problems, he told CBC News. Drink glasses had a white film as though they hadn’t been cleaned properly, he said, and food remnants weren’t washed from plates and were left lodged in forks.
People bathed and shaved in the swimming pool, he said.
“It was a whole onslaught of things that were happening,” said Nanton, who lives in Timberlea, N.S.
Nanton, his girlfriend and his six-year-old daughter took the trip from February 28 to March 7. They paid a total of $2,700.
He said when they first arrived they noticed all the resort’s public washrooms were locked. He said they asked a Sunwing representative about the lack of water and were told it would be fixed by the end of the day.
He said he filled his room’s garbage cans with pool water so he could flush the toilet in his room. Nanton even saw one man urinate in front of a locked washroom door because he was upset it was closed.
“This was my daughter’s first time ever going anywhere — first time on a plane, first time leaving the country — so it meant a lot to us,” he said.
Nanton said they were looking forward to building memories, but “it just turned into a nightmare for us really quick.”
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