South Pacific Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the site was a boardwalk along the River so anyone could walk in and out....) We had to change rooms at the off as the keys didn't work the lockers in the room. Once we were all sorted we ventured out into the town to have a look round. It was full of shops, takeaways and fast food joints. We got some dinner from a butcher and the supermarket (T-Bone Steaks, veg and wine) then headed back to the Camp-site. We had a quick dip in the ...