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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... you, to explain what you're viewing and answer any questions. The Apex was 1500 ft above sea level, and provided spectacular views. Alex was our guide and he was great. Gave us loads of information about the island in general, there wasn't a question that we tossed at him that was a stumper.
Gliding through the trees in the open gondola was amazing. Listening to ...
... since 1979. With Cosol tours; Desmond and Sylvia, 20 people in the van. It was fine, but too long. Only drive-in volcano in the world. The caldera still has strong sulphur smell and smoke. It last erupted in 1766. The center of the island is rainforest. Waterfall that people (not us) can stand under and also mud baths. No thanks. We took a fast water taxi to a beach ...
... yes but not like in Australia, the consultant said that gels are too expensive so they use misoprostol... Something that we save for miscarriages and termination of pregnancies in Australia. As the consultant put it, 'it gets scary, but it's cheap'. Gynae ward was a bit smaller, a single room with 15 beds, but was similarly well kept. It's a light filled rooms with multiple doors leading outdoors and letting a breeze through. A few patients are wrecked ...
... on me but he kept following us, kind of shuffling behind us. It was a bit unnerving walking through the streets with a shuffler behind you. Took a detour via the Policeman who was on traffic duty and that seemed to put him off. So we made an early exit from what looked like a nice town.
We headed for Anse Chastanet, a very nice hotel on the South West coast and wandered down to the beach. Thought we would try our normal technique of sitting on their sunbeds.
... your passport and she takes the payment!
My passport is under the name Andrew Ryder but my credit card has Andy Ryder on it so there was some umming and arring over that!
Next we went to both the Fish Market, to stock up on some Marlin, Mahi-Mahi and King-fish, and the outdoor market for some fruit and veg
Next we met the neighbours, Josie and Pierre, a couple of expat French Canadians who have a ...