Colibri Guest House
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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 ...
When I first saw the hotel Le Jarden des Palmes I couldn't believe how close to the beach it was. My next thought was how homey it felt. There is a lot of wood and the style reminds me of Balinese interiors. I was approached by a friendly front desk clerk who greeted me in English. After I checked in I was led to a villa. Outside has the feeling of a backyard garden and the area is so quiet except for the sound of the waves that ...
... tour guide made the history sound interesting and highlighted some of the most fascinating stories in Seychelles history. As you can see from this picture the waterfalls are quite amazing and such a relaxing atmosphere to be around.
Lunch and afternoon tea were provided on the waterfall walk and I was impressed that there were a range of quite delicious hot and cold food options. Overall, the tour was both educational and relaxing, ...
... four people at a time (two bedrooms, with four beds). The cost varies depending on the room type, the dates booked and the length of the stay.
I was settled into my hotel room by midday so made my way to the hotel's restaurant to have an early lunch. It specialises in hot and cold traditional cuisine and has an amazing pastry bar (give me sweets instead of savouries any day!) The menu has something to offer all tastes and the prices are ...
... 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 ...