100 Sunset Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... as we approached I noticed numerous hotels built into the very seas themselves. Folk had only to leave their rooms and dive from the platform in order to enter the water. I hoped our place would offer this opportunity and failed to hide my delight whence we pulled into a jetty, which led onto a restaurant littered with hammocks. Our hostel rose from the seas and one had only to sit at a restaurant table to gaze upon life beneath those vast ocean realms. The island was small so ...
... 8211; it's lovely to have somewhere cheap and cheerful where we trust the food, for those occasions when you don’t feel like spending a fortune….
Hannah and Ange on the other hand decided to go a bit more upmarket for lunch, and after an hour or so walking around and looking in the cheaper shops, we went for lunch at 'The Corner’; an exquisitely decorated French café, with much needed aircon. We both opted for the watermelon juice and a ricotta, rocket ...
... beachwear outfit (the light green, the pink or the red? I think she looks good in red, what do you think?). We have a brief roundtable discussion on the merits of red versus light green (we both agree we're sick to death of pink) and we all file out to check out breakfast.
It's basic ($47 bucks a night remember?), and painfully slow, but there is enough to fill a Mookie, and everything is cooked to order by one diligent guy who is run off his feet, and who I later ...
TUESDAY 6th MAY, 2014
Tossing, turning, moving, and stretching the whole night, I was in the worst pain from White Water Rafting, never again! The soreness I'm going to put up with for the next few days will be agony especially in my bum. Anyways, it was time for me to get up and get ready for my day at the markets! Showered, dressed and even a massage fit in this morning, which would keep me going for ...
... Our dive site was the US AT Liberty, a transport ship torpedoed by the Japanese during the second world war. It was actually run around and lay on the beach until the volcano eruptinn of 1968 caused it to slide into the sea. The top of the wreck is 6m below the water and it goes down to 30m. The sand around it is almost black from the broken down lava. It was teaming with aquatic life. The first dive was right to the bottom of the ship. Some underwater ...