BEST WESTERN Grand West's Villas
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... throbbing head put paid to all that. I was absolutely starving and gagging for a coffee but the uber-cool pontoon did not serve such a dull drink as coffee. Nor did it serve anything other than pizza. Fair enough. We both ordered a pizza. We were the first on board at about 10:30am. Henry had gone back to find the boys, ready to collect them when they had bagged enough barrels (I bet that’s not a recognised surfing term). An hour and a half later there ...
... a group every time so far and it was the same on this night. After dinner I was the only one that took advantage of the pool. Most people went to bed relatively early.
The last day of the tour. We had our longest uninterrupted chunk of driving on this morning. A lot of the drive took us inland through sugar cane plantations still worked predominantly by the Indian community. Raw sugar is countries biggest export followed by Fiji water to the USA. We over ...
... food & drink. Luckily with me being so chatty, we both managed to get free drinks all day too with a lovely family from Oz takin pity on us for having to actually pay for the alcohol! And we met a lovely couple from Ireland who are actually staying in Melbourne so chatting to them was really nice too. It's nice being able to talk to someone in the same situation so we can ask all the silly questions we need answered, hopefully we get a chance to meet up with ...
... for only $45 a night. It was only a short drive to the hotel and I had made sure the hotel knew I was coming in early so that had staff waiting to greet me. The hotel was fairly nice, the pool looked beautiful and the rooms were clean and well presented, I booked a stereo apartment but there are 2 and 3 bedroom rooms for bigger groups. I’m extremely tired so I will be signing off to have a ...
... certainly had a particular charm about it. On approaching the school, before viewing distance, an amazing singing/rejoicing/happiness could be heard of over 100s of voices. The incredible tuneful sound became louder and louder until we could see through the window. Sat in the hall was a maximum of 80 children between the ages of 6 and 12 singing. It was amazing! (There wasn't a tone deafeo like JaneO or naughty uninterested kid in the ...