Aquana Beach Resort

Address: PO Box 238, Port Vila, Vanuatu | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on PO Box 238, Port Vila.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Vila

      Cascades & An Amazing Dining Experience!

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 02, 2014

      59 photos

      ... it seemed funny but also thought it wasn’t too far to dinner so we got out..paid the 300 vatu and started walking. Little did we know until we spoke to the owner of the restaurant later that the driver was probably being paid a fee by the saloon bar to play dumb and drop all tourists out the front of their bar. It clearly angered the owner of Elan and annoyed us as well. Never mind we thought we’ll walk to the restaurant but it ...

      Port Vila, Vanuatu

      A travel blog entry by andrewdavies on Apr 22, 2014

      13 photos

      ... I didn't enter, as I must have sweated out most of my body fluids, but Ali was desperate, so we paid the 50 vatu entrance fee. The fee covers the supply of an allocated portion of paper, pre-folded for your convenience. Apparently, it was the squat variety, and Ali came out with a look of fear in her eyes, raving about an unknown brown puddle working its way across the flow of the toilet. This is not surprising when you see the person coming out before her is a big ...

      Who is John Frume? Visiting Cargo Cults in Vanuatu

      A travel blog entry by jules_young on Jan 07, 2014

      9 photos

      ... seconds or so. She was still only at Level 1 warning, though. They stop letting tourists up when the warning level gets to Grade 4 or 5. I thought 1 looked fairly close to eruption so goodness knows what the other levels look like. I'm very glad though that I got time to see more than just the Volcano on this island as had been my plan as my future TV producer role would never have materialised! Now I need to go and have a shower and wash this stuff off my ...

      September 2013

      A travel blog entry by passera on Oct 02, 2013

      4 comments, 34 photos

      ... drive on the left and the kids wear school uniforms. The men wear shirts with a sort of dress with a mat tied around their waist. We’ve also noticed a number of lady-boys which is unusual. So we looked-it up and when families have too many boys (and not enough girls), they raise the youngest boy as a girl so that he can help with house chores and kitchen duties. Finally we’re off to Vava’u islands. We leave mid-afternoon and the chartered flight takes an hour. ...

      Esam cultural village

      A travel blog entry by pixeltoy on Sep 07, 2013

      ... At one point, midway through, you hear a recount of how the dead were buried in the presence of 3 skulls taken from Futuna island. The tourist is asked to make a donation. Now, here is the thing. As a tourist, you have already paid for the tour that includes entry. Hence, you are supporting local initiatives and ensuring job opportunities for the locals. Why hit us up for more once we are inside? Just ...