Albizia Lodge Green Estate
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I'm sad today because it is my very last hours in the Seychelles. No more beautiful beaches and mountain hikes to wonderful views. I really enjoyed staying in the four season’s hotel it beats staying at home. I really hope the school group enjoyed their stay as well. I thoroughly enjoyed the activities held over the days they were awesome I’m going to miss the ...
... sure I will sleep well tonight!
The room is quite a decent size and the double bed is really comfortable. There is a 22 inch plasma screen television, an ensuite bathroom and even free Wi-Fi - I feel lucky. I know from my research that there is a pool and an outdoor eating area somewhere on the site, so I know I'm going to enjoy my stay!
Le Jarden des Palmes would be suitable for a school group. Not only ...
... by just seeing the views while hiking to the top of it.
Cassedent waterfalls wasn't very far away from Morne Blanc National Park and soon I was off on the Cassedent waterfall walk. A barbeque lunch with a range of hot and cold food options was served and during the leisurely walk through the waterfalls the tour guide covered about 200 years of history and pointed out many landmarks, with plenty of time for tourists to take ...
... of the free Wi-Fi. During my stay I may even find time to use the pool and gym. For my three night stay the cost was $825, so the hotel is not cheap but the cost is worth it for the view, the great facilities and the savings on transport time and cost to the various nearby attractions. A school group may find the cost a problem, though. However, there are 100 rooms so average size groups will be easily accommodated and there are also deals for twin rooms ...
... anyone had anything really shiny on their tanks because barracuda are known for darting in and snatching bright and shiny things. Kind of the magpies of the sea. My hubby joked that as long as they are circling us, we are fine. When they stop circling and face inwards, then we worry! But they disappeared as soon as we started moving upwards again so were out of sight by the time we hit the surface.
Wonderful diving. I am chagrined ...