Helengeli Island Resort
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... of the damage I observed 10 years ago in Egypt. Each site had different coral formations, multitudes of colorful fish, and at various places I saw larger more charismatic fauna – sea turtles, dolphins, and even a couple sharks.
The crew prepared massive meals three times a day, so despite all my time in the water snorkeling, I’m sure I suffered a severe calorie surplus over the week. A good part of those meals consisted of fresh fish caught from our ...
... their dhoni's for a spinner dolphin cruise. We were told that there is a large colony living amongst these particular islands and they love to perform in front of the boats, so hopefully we get,and acrobatic welcome tonight.....well after the dolphin trek we were not disappointed! They were as playful as ever and treated us to some fin slaps, tail whacks and even some 360's! Amazing animals as always!
After we returned ...
... but I didn't see it. He said it was there when he steered me away - I wondered why he did that. You can even hear the fish underneath eating the coral. We saw the big yellow toothy fish again, but this time it left us alone.
We spent some time by the infinity pool, but it is a little warm. We only manage a few dumplings as we are still full from breakfast. The iced teas served in cocktail glasses are really refreshing.
Each day, we seem to be ...
... was a sort of errand runner for the centre. His English was pretty good but he had definitely learnt it from the telly, specifically from watching Premiership football! He had a sort of Premiership Tourettes thing going on. He'd sit quietly with us whilst we ate dinner or had coffee then he'd shout "Stoke City" or Ferguson" or, most often, "Stephen Gerrard" before commenting (knowledgeably!) on the subject. Lovely bloke even though he was as an ...
... o'clock, I was handed the key and we walked, very excitedly, toward bungalow number 144, the last bungalow on the left, giving it a secluded air, it was perfect! We dumped our stuff and looked around. It was so big! There was a four poster bed, couches and big glass doors, which open up to the terrace. There was also a small kitchen, closet the size of a room and an even bigger bathroom with a shower and a bath, pure luxury.
At twelve o'clock, we ...