Mayas Native Garden
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and distant sound of crickets. The team kept the food coming and our butler was always effortlessly making sure our glasses and plates were full. The food was delicious and there was a full vegetarian option available for Kirst - bit unique outside Hong Kong. After our butler, harpist and background team had departed my fiancé and I were left alone with the moon and the Milky Way. (K's birthday surprise tomorrow - can't wait!!!!) ...
... and so fast.
2 hours later.
We arrived at the cave. No pictures I'm afraid since we had to drop off our stuff at one end to swim inside. The cave has spectacular stone features. The further we went in, the cave got narrower and the water counter forces was getting bigger to try to push us away. I had to use lots of energy to hold on to the rocks and keep moving forward.
Minutes later and we saw ...
... our lovely hotel – Hotel Stella, despite having to wait a while for
our room to be ready. When we'd finally worked out the key card we
were pleased to discover plenty of luxuries including an amazing hot
cooling off we decided to wander to find some food that didn't
involve MacDonalds, Pizza Hut or Food Poisoning. This inevitably
meant a trip to the huge Ayala Mall a couple of miles away. The heat
wasn't easing any, despite ...
... is the traveller culture in many of these countries. I know from seeing Europe and Charlotte knows from travelling that meeting people is often tied into the quality of hostel. For the most part SEA does not do hostels in the same way. We have seen so few places that offer what alot of the rest of the world do. Last time we travelled, finding a hostel which had its own: tours, kitchen, bar, club, social area etc, was commonplace. Here it isn't, the Philippines perhaps ...
... cake for breakfast and track down the next Ceres Liner bus
going to Oslob. This bus cost 80P each and sped its way through the
next few villages, complete with on board crowing cockerel.
watching location was actually just after Oslob but very well signed
and especially well organised. We were greeted by one of the centre
staff who explained the process and costs and kindly looked after our
bag while we were on a boat. A boatman then led ...