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TravelPod Member ReviewsRosemary's Guesthouse Praslin Island
Se encuentra entre dos buenos hoteles. El precio es conveniente (80euros c/desay), la atención amable, el desayuno correcto (jugo, café o té, frutas y tostadas con dulce y manteca). Es genial no tener que llevar nada a la playa. La posada está justo sobre la playa así que del mar a la ducha. La habitación en el primer piso es fresca y da a la playa. Hay por un poco más habitaciones nuevas.
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... at Reef Apartments only to find the room they gave us could not access our Isurf card. Devastated, we had to sit in the un-air conditioned lobby to use the net. I couldn't do it. It was too hot. The kids watched a few episodes of God –knows-what in the lobby while KC and I sat in air conditioning and read. The heat was clearing getting to us we were cranky in paradise and ready to leave. ...
... and it did not work so we had to go to the lobby and sit there and watch there. It still was not that good. Our shows kept passing half way through. In the lobby the air conditioning system consists of one fan blowing on low speed so it was HOT!
For supper we had spaghetti. We went to bed early because we had to get up early.
... then and dropped into their stone pen then all raced over as fast as they could which was about as fast as a , well a turtle which is very slow. Then we walked back to our place in the brutal sun. For supper we were invited to the hotel kitchen for a complementary creole dinner prepared by the chef/golf cart driver. For dessert we had ice cream and potatoes it was gross. We went back to our room to watch Beverly ...
... and you cannot believe the number of different species of fish that dart forward to eat around you. This really allowed for some spectacular photo shots.
The afternoon was spent laying around the pool deck and having afternoon tea that the hotel provides.
The hotel offers a weekly sunset cruise so for 2 hours we cruised to Anse Lazio where we anchored for a swim and then waited for the sunset in the West before making our way back to the ...
... who arrived on the island in the early 1800's are buried and according to the plaque their descendants still live on the island. Mark was taught by Nico how to crack open a coconut but lost all the juice in the process. We then went to the James Bond beach where we spent a pleasant 2 hours sleeping and swimming and took a slow walk back to the restaurant, where, yes you guessed it, we had a Seybrew while waiting for Nico to collect us. Back at the ...