Chalets Cote Mer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... is known as a tourist destination with several hotels and resorts, as well as a number of beaches such as Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette.
We had a little more leisurely breakfast and met a rental car agent who dropped of a car at the hotel. Our plan for the day was to explore the island including the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve ("May Valley"), a nature park and UNESCO World Heritage Site. It consists of a well-preserved palm forest, the best known is ...
... entertaining nuisance. After sharing breakfast, we made it to the dive shop and were happy to hear conditions were favorable to head to Marianne Island. We had to abort our trip there on Sunday. Seven divers including us headed off. It was a bit choppy but we were finally successful.
The island has really interesting granite spires which continue underwater which make for a magical swim. There was a lot ...
... are so unafraid a diver can pet them. Sting rays are huge.
As our five days of diving progressed more divers showed up. It became obvious everyone mixed up their dive days with beach days and or island hopping. Every day we had different divers. Most were from Germany. Others were from UK, Reunion Islands, France and China. The only American we met while in the Seychelles was a guy who taught the fifth grade in Saudi Arabia. His name was Todd and he ...
... all have to chip in. The bread didn't turn out particularly well, but I have now been officially named as the flapjack queen! (Yes I'll make you all some when I get back!).
Our days start at 7.00am when we have duties. This includes either kitchen duties (ie making breakfast & cleaning the kitchen) or grounds duties (raking the sand to stop sand flies breeding, sweeping, emptying the poo bags etc!). The two huts alternate the duties each ...