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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... air-conditioning and likely to have student guides with thick accents. So although the bus did lack air-conditioning (but had lots of open windows), we were very pleased to find our guide was Dubey, a nice young man with a graduate degree in public relations who had excellent English skills. The day was warm (mid-80's), humid and mostly sunny. It was about a 45 minute drive to the spice farm, which was a government-run demonstration farm to teach local farmers best ...
... about 5 feet. In case you're curious, a banded sea krait is a poisonous sea snake. Karen always said one of the things she never wanted to see while in the water was a snake, and here she gets a poisonous one 45 feet under! But she was sure excited about it when she got back to the resort.
I spent the time while Karen was diving either exploring the island on a scooter we rented, or reading at the little open air restaurant or in my hammock. Tough duty. The ...
... night. Siesta time. I crack open my buttermilk. Arghhhh, it's horrible! Ian doesn't believe it can be THAT bad and takes a swig. Arghhhh! This must be the only place we can think of where they would think of flavouring the milk with curry powder! Oh well, it's back to bottled water then. This must be the healthiest holiday we have ever had. On the positive side my trousers are at least two inches too big for me now and are only held up by the ...
... One can see many shades of blue and green in these crystal clear waters of the island.
The first day was spent exploring Beach No 3. This beach is famous for the natural bridge formation. The bridge is locally called the Howrah Bridge by the resident Bengalis of Neil Island. It takes about 10-15 mins of walk from the road head into the beach to sight this natural wonder. ...
... with a black tarp. He explained that it will eliminate the glare- not your highest technology, but it really worked! So among giggles and sweat we traveled around the Coral Island and viewed different kinds of fish, squids, octopuses and beautiful corals.
After North Bay, we re-boarded the FERRY for a visit to ROSS ISLAND, the former residential and administrative island of the British during their rule of South East Asia, which in its prime days was nicknamed ...