Le Grand Bleu Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... call from a field or some such?" Looks like I misjudged that one. That is the downside, but surely we are living in the golden age. Anything seems possible. You can find out anything about anything in an instant. We are cleverer, safer more free than ever before but that is not true for all. If you're dirt poor, live in a **** country, are disabled, addicted or bound by the rules of a religion and are not in control of your own life what can you ...
... to the airport and a flight to Perth. Uneventful, which is how flights should be! The plane was half empty and so I had space to spread out into the seat beside me. The bonus of the flight was catching up on two movie I had missed on general release: 'Malificant' and 'Godzilla', quite different yet with a similar narrative. Both are about lost love, overcoming barriers and eventually finding happiness. Both are filled with state of the art animation and LOUD effects, ...
... ready for our ‘Yemen Safari by Truck’.
We were conveyed efficiently to our air conditioned bus and then driven for about one hour to a place called Casela Nature and Leisure Park. The Island is volcanic but green with impressive mountain scenery, lush vegetation, large plantations of specially bred sugar cane and lots of unusual tropical trees and birds.
The tour itself was perhaps a little dull and had it not been for the giant ...
... to Trou aux Biches beach and walked along the beach for a while before heading back. We had to be back at Baie du Tombeau on time to get ready for a dinner! The boys had their first swim though and really enjoyed the water. So I guess the water was not too ...
... the rest of the day on the beach, but finished it at the pool. Both are in amazing settings and we get drinks service! For lunch we went to the bikini bar which is on the on the peninsular and faces out to sea. We chose our seats wrong and for surrounded by birds, but it wasn't too bad. The menu was good and it makes you try stuff you wouldn't normally try. I had bbq'd fish and Glyn had creole sausage. All very nice! In the evening ...