Castro, Inc.’s Apartheid Gold Coast pounded by Irma

 

Most of Castro, Inc.’s apartheid beach resorts are scattered along the north coast of Cuba, on a long string of keys..

The eye of Hurricane Irma passed over these keys, almost as if it were on a set of rails.

Damage and casualty reports are sketchy and may stay sketchy forever.

But, no storm as monstrous as Irma can leave anything in its path unscathed.

So, expect a slowdown or perhaps even a crash in Castro, Inc.’s lucrative apartheid tourist industry

The spot with the highest concentration of apartheid resorts, Varadero Beach, was not in Irma’s direct path, but took quite a beating anyway, with hurricane force winds and storm surge.

Cayo Coco, however, did take a direct hit, and that area is dotted with apartheid resorts.

Beaches do not respond well to storm surge, neither do structures built over water.

Dense Apartheid Zone

Very loosely translated from Marti Noticias

As reported here yesterday, Castro, Inc.’s apartheid beach resorts took the most direct hit from hurricane Irma.

The hurricane swept through many of Cuba’s northern keys as a category 4 or 5, with winds well over 100 mph, 30-foot waves, and a devastating storm surge.

One Spanish apartheid hotel firm, Meliá, reported that ten of its hotels were hard-hit: Meliá Cayo Coco; Meliá Jardines del Rey; Sol Cayo Coco; Tryp Cayo Coco; Meliá Buenavista, Sol Cayo Santa María, Meliá Las Dunas; Meliá Cayo Santa María; Meliá Cayo Guillermo; Sol Cayo Guillermo.

Another Spanish apartheid hotel firm, Iberostar, also reported damage to its facilities Iberostar Mojito Cayo Coco; Iberostar Daiquiri and Iberostar Playa Pilar on Cayo Guillermo; and Iberostar Ensenachos on Cayo Santamaría.

Castro, Inc.’s Minister of Tourism, Manuel Marrero, announced that no “visitors” are being allowed into Cuba’s “vulnerable areas.”

The Ministry of Tourism claims that over 10,000 slumming racist Canadian tourists were evacuated to safe locations away from Castrogonia’s Golden Apartheid Coast.

In addition, more than 6,000 apartheid-loving racist tourists were evacuated from Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo and Cayo Santa María.

In Camagüey, more than 2,400 racist tourists were evacuated.

Those are official figures, so there is really no telling how many racist apartheid tourists were really evacuated.

And the damage reports from those two Spanish apartheid hotel firms are sketchy at best.

Meliá boasts that many of its racist tourist guests were “safely” protected inside their hotels.

Whether the hotel guests chose to stay or were forced to stay is a whole other can of worms.

All of these hotels are run by Castro, Inc., despite their connection to Spanish hotel firms.

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