Carayou Hotel & Spa
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- Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Saturday, after a nice lie in again after the late night, I headed to Choc beach. I think it is my favourite beach so far, as it is so quiet and has beautiful views over the bay, little island and sea. We had lunch at the Wharf, where I previously had had a drink. I had a chicken roti which was one of the most tasty I have had (I feel most of this blog is about the amazing food I ...
... As we got in Anna's dinghy to go back to our respective yachts the outboard packed up, of course in front of a waterside restaurant full of spectators, and a rowing session ensued! as Anna had a bad shoulder it fell to me to row against the tide and current, the mile or so across the bay! this was followed by a much needed swim. Only a cycle ride to go and nearly my own pentathlon.....We had a great Tapas evening with Rob and Anna and will ...
... shore, it seemed slightly better off. There were many people running and walking around as way made our way to the local thermal springs and waterfalls. The springs were not open as the season had ended, but the short walk had revealed more to the town than we had originally thought.
Finally to round the day and our experience off the boat boy boss had a proposition for us. For 200EC total we could take a guide and our boat round ...
... It was a special scene, made the more bizarre by the thought that this island, with all its military personnel and technology only a stone’s throw away, was more of a futuristic dreamland than a natural habitat for spawning young turtles. Just another wonder of the world.
Eight days at sea brought us to the very exotic sounding, but still remote and isolated Brazilian islands of Fernando de Noronha. Exactly one month since leaving Cape Town, it felt ...
... sea dogs boat as he amazed us with his fluent English even in a drunken stupor and grasping English humour. He had been moored for some time in the anchorage and in a space of one hour we met a French family and another German couple - all goof friends with our new buddy Norbert. Eventually we found our way back to Ellisa and had a very rolly night as the storm moved ...