Canadian tourists get a taste of communism during their vacation in apartheid Cuba

Guest room for Canadian tourists in COVID-19 isolation in Cuba and the food they were served.

When you vacation in a communist apartheid state, the last thing you expect is to deal with the same misery the natives suffer through, but that’s exactly what happened to some Canadian tourists.

Via CubaNet:

Three Canadian Tourists Who Tested Positive for COVID-19 Experience “a Nightmare” in Cuba

Three young Canadian women visiting Cuba ask tourists from their country to cancel or postpone their trips to the island, after what they experienced at an isolation center for COVID-19 patients

Three Canadian tourists who traveled to Cuba on vacation and tested positive for COVID-19 experienced “a nightmare” in the isolation hotel to where they were assigned, according to the Canadian press.

Laurianne Gagné, a 22-year-old woman, told the newspaper La Presse that one day before her programmed departure from the Memories Caribe Beach Resort, a four-star hotel in Coco Key, she tested positive for COVID-19. “I panicked. I was given no instructions, so I went to my hotel room to isolate myself,” she stated. The next day, hotel authorities told her that she would be transferred by ambulance to another facility. “I didn’t know anything else,” she said.

After her friends and fellow travelers, who tested negative for COVID-19, returned to Canada, she was alone in her room for close to 12 hours. At night, administrators for Memories Caribe Beach Resort picked her up and place her in the back of an ambulance.

“It was dark, I didn’t know where I was; I only saw men walking next to the ambulance. I was crying. I was so scared,” she continued. Right after that episode, she arrived at the Playa Paraíso Hotel, where other women from Quebec also were waiting to be admitted.

The three women were transferred to a small, two-bedroom apartment. “It was an unpleasant atmosphere. Everyone was upset, scared and worried. It was not a safe place. We placed a chair against the door. We were worried and our families, too,” said Gagné to La Presse.

The young woman complained that in her hotel room there is neither soap nor toilet paper. “We were asking for it for days,” she stated.

“It looked like an abandoned place. There were spiders all over my bed,” added Audray-Ann Lapointe, a 19-year-old woman who was placed in isolation in the same hotel.

The three tourists received meals at random and had no Internet access to communicate with their families. “It was a nightmare,” said 21-year-old Guylaine Pellerin. “There was garbage everywhere,” said the young woman, who compared the hotel with a “small prison.”

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1 thought on “Canadian tourists get a taste of communism during their vacation in apartheid Cuba”

  1. To call this sort of thing tiresome is an understatement. Unless Canadians are frankly cretinous, as in mentally retarded, they have absolutely no excuse and deserve zero sympathy. WTF do they expect in a third-world totalitarian shithole? Why don’t they go to some resort in the Dominican Republic, for instance?

    And yes, these idiots actually do feel like innocent victims. Unbelievable, albeit totally “normal” for Canadians. Sheesh.

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