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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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Home for a beer and a rest. Welcome Seafood again but why go anywhere else when there was so much choice and the food was outstanding - again. Soft shell crab (again), steamed Gruppa, salt and pepper cuttlefish, noodles and one attempt at a "five a day" veg - all for £20.
Discovered that a whisky and a dark rum was cheaper than two beers so this left us with a real problem to solve over the next few days!
... lady, called Mellie. Myself and Dorota (from the Intrepid group) each had our own instructor for the day, which made it very stress free. Unlike in Melbourne, where you have to lug your own gear, all of our gear was loaded onto the boat for us. Very civilised! My instructor Nick was originally from London, but retired from his corporate job to live in the tropics and follow his passion. I'm a tad jealous, I must say. First dive stop is Sapi Island, where we just ...
Arrived around 7:30pm and got into a taxi to the Borneo backpackers hostel. The taxi driver was friendly and asked lots of questions about the royal family, apparently they really respect the British Royal Family here! Went out for some chicken and sweet corn soup. The hostel was quiet with no air con and on an industrial estate in the middle of nowhere so we were a ...
... as they are important breeding grounds for river species that rely on the flooding during the rainy season to proliferate. The Salvinia is choking these lakes, home to otters, kingfishers and darters. As this was being explained to us, the local guides started to look twitchy. At about this moment, bored by the lecture, Kevin and Bart had begun a stick throwing contest. Flicking sticks at each, getting progressively bigger in size. Calculating the ...
... mouth-watering, and we enjoyed their company and the wide-eyed children who could not believe these two strangers were in their midst. One small girl took a particular liking to Ginette, and guided her around by the hand for most of the evening. With dinner wrapped up we took the family by dinghy out to the boat (in the dark) for a tour. They enjoyed the visit and in particular the trampoline where we all congregated to chat and watch the stars for a time before too soon having to drop ...