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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... on her own and was leaving the next day. Annoyingly my first two days I was ill but quite good timing that it was this week as I could spend it recovering, relaxing on a beach. Aoife had to go and find some friends to entertain her while I was ill until sian arrived! We then headed down to a 'hostel' on Lamai beach, which was actually a really nice hotel where Miles joined us. It was ...
... skipping rope on fire that people jumped into, a limbo bar on fire and a water slide out onto the sand (I only participated in the slide as the fire didn't look very safe). Becky took her shoe off and trod on a glass bottle which smashed under her foot and resulted in 5 stitches at the beachside A&E without any anaesthetic. I danced, danced, danced until the sun came up and it was time to round up the remaining scholars and head back to V View Resort. A really, really great ...
... he told us he had our room booked for someone else. We felt pretty outraged at having to leave on our last night (having stayed here the 3 nights previous), knowing that we wouldn’t find anything as cheap as this place on the whole Island. He said we could check out whenever was convenient for us so we jumped on the bike in order to hunt down a place to stay for the night. With the Half Moon Party (the second biggest fortnightly party the Island has to offer) on tonight, ...
... have got me lots of lovely things really, you wouldn't have got me nothing, you wouldn't do that to me' he laughed and simply said 'don't hold your breath'. The next night, Nath woke me up with a start at 3am, his spidie senses were tingling- he had heard a rustling. In my dazed and confused state, I thought he meant outside our door, like a ninja or something, but the rustling was coming from inside our bungalow. Nobly, Nath sacralised one of his pillows and threw ...
Our first dive was magical. We descended in a riot of bubbles and flashing silver fish, with the sheer face of sail rock looming to our right. The stone wall was a tapestry of coral; bubbles, pancakes, flowers and brains. Big eyes stared out from crevasses and the bellies of seas sponges. Moray eels glared at us from their holes, their mouths opened in a silent hiss. Zigzag oysters grinned with jagged mouths.
As we leveled off and started to make our ...