Hotel Santo

Main Street, Luganville, Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Street, Luganville, is near Mele Cascades, Atmosphere Tours, Buggy Fun Rentals, and Bluewater Island Resort Aquarium.
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    Travel Blogs from Luganville

    Day 13: Last Day at School :(

    A travel blog entry by standrewscc on Jul 09, 2014

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    ... outside but also the roosters started much earlier than dawn. We were up by 6am got dressed and we looking for others to find them waiting for an adults breakfast. At 7.30am classes started for senior school with our students joining in or teaching as Gabby did when the French teacher did not arrive for a hour. After morning tea we all went back to Primary school for some of the team to react two skits from ...

    Day 8: Sports Day

    A travel blog entry by standrewscc on Jul 04, 2014

    17 comments, 4 photos

    ... Of course, as soon as we started, we got our first taste of Vanuatu rain, which, contrary to what we had been told, was very cold. It rained hard for the whole 2 hours we were out there. We got drenched, but had a lot of fun with the kids. After lunch we ran activities for the primary school. They were crazy! They had so much energy and were running rings around the rest of us, but we had fun with them. We played octopus with them at the end of the day, but it didn't ...

    Day 6: Primary School!

    A travel blog entry by standrewscc on Jul 02, 2014


    ... first sugarcanes and many other tropical fruits. Afterwards, some of the students and staff mingled with the primary kids, playing their simple, but very enjoyable games of hackie-sack (using homemade coconut leaf balls), using our hands (sorry if I misspelled it). It's amazing how much these kids can do with the little resources that they have. Daniel and I managed to get a record of 87 hits with a couple of the other ...

    Vanuatu Day 3: Cultural Tour

    A travel blog entry by standrewscc on Jun 29, 2014


    Hi everyone!
    Yesterday we went on a tour through a village used for cultural tours. All the people were dressed up. When we got there, a chief pretended to come out and called other men from in the village. They escorted us inside the village, where we split into two groups. Some. Of us went to how the women cooked and some to see how to make kava, then swapped over. It was interesting watching them make kava. They ...

    Crewing in Vanny

    A travel blog entry by joanneandjean on Jun 16, 2014


    ... of 5 boats doing the same navigation to join the rally, Sail Indonesia which begins in Saumlaki. With Indonesia being a notoriously corrupt nightmare, doing a rally is the simplest gateway into Asia from this direction. And its certainly comforting to be traveling as a team given how challenging the Torres Straight into Indonesia is.
    Our Captain also asked Jean to join the Uranie team as the boat was feeling too cosy with 6 (and echo) ...