Boutique Hotel Marco Polo
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... the raft - about 200m. This little yellow fish then decided to pester us on the raft, biting at our feet! A short walk through the jungle and across to the other side of the island, takes you to Naked beach. The name says it all, it is simply a long stretch of beach, nothing else. It was so quiet and deserted, and made for a lovely afternoon. We met a girl from Denmark who had just completed a Yoga teaching course in Bali, and I convinced her to do a sunset yoga class, ...
Steady wind about 50mph with gusts exceeding 100!!! So today's itinerary is on hold until lunchtime....Nice group of people, loads of good food and comfortable accommodation, shame about the weather.... Wind finally dropped after lunch so we took a drive to see glaciers from the ice cap which covers about 10% of icelands surface. Awesome!!! Simon, do you remember when we saw them in ...
My American room mate slept through her alarm, which I heard but had no idea what it was, so I woke her when my alarm went off. I got dressed to exclamations of "oh my God" reiterated at 30sec intervals. Large selection for break then on the mini coach about 9am (having only got to bed about 1.30am!!). We have driven south east from Reykjavik around ...
... our luggage. Which we have to pick up at the international terminal. Makes lots of sense. Having had no wifi for the past few days we don't have a place to sleep. Where is the nearest bridge? Luckily our dear newlyweds whom we met in Phnom Penh told us where they stayed when they were here and so we just head there and eventually even arrive and get a room. And sleep. Summary: 2 boats, 4 buses, car, 2 planes and a taxi. ...
You know you've gotten used to traveling when you wake up at 6 without an alarm. Well, Kr anyway. D and Ka make it to breakfast at around 11 am. We spend the day improving our chilling skills until Kr decides to dance in the rain and that to go swimming in a thunderstorm is a good idea. D and Ka finally allow themselves to be persuaded to join and realise that it's well worth it. Feeling the cold and hard raindrops beating down on us on the one hand and being in the warm water ...