Jamelah Beach Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of a small car. A banana leaf is big enough for two to curl up on. It's because of the rain. It starts to rain with a few heavy drops. Then, a second later, it comes down in buckets. The rain comes down with a fury. It pounds on the roof like it's trying to break in. Then, just a suddenly, it stops. It happened every night when we first arrived. It comes without warning and no matter what ...
October 1, 2014
Seychelles is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean. The 155-island country is 932 miles east of mainland Africa. The granitic islands are considered the oldest and hardest granite in the world. The granite is what gives the Seychelles its beautiful piles of boulders. The majority of the islands are uninhabited, with many dedicated as nature reserves.
A transit point for trade between Africa and Asia, the ...
... in the Seychelles wishing we could return. Maybe we will. Thank you the staff of Octopus.
The location of our hotel has been very convenient. The resort itself extends a couple of locks to the sandy beach. There are about six restaurants, several ATM’s and three markets within walking distance.
On three nights we just grabbed a pizza or spaghetti at the hotel’s beach restaurant. ...
... alllllllll teeth! Big Teeth! There were probably about 125-150 barracudas swimming around us constantly. We were in the middle of a barracuda vortex. A virtual tornado of barracuda. I’ve never been bothered by barracuda and have been extremely close to them before so I wasn’t really worried but I’d never seen this many, nor have I had them circle me. They were probably ...
... the front of the underhang and the ray is not happy. He is fluffing up the bottom by waving his sides and stiring up the sand and gravel on the bottom. Visibility drops as he has a lot of bottom floating around him now. But we still don’t really leave so he looks for a hole in our circle and takes it and glides away from the group. He didn’t go far to get under another overhang and we found him ...