Marco Polo Resort & Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... many sky lanterns overhead as people sell them as they walk up and down the beach. Jess and I made a few treks up and down the beach over the last few days, this time at the more reasonable afternoon and evening hours. The beach has plenty of resorts and people selling roasted corn or fruit as well as lobster-imitating Europeans playing beach soccer. Again, most of the time we spent enjoying some rest in our room. In the evening we would head to ...
... warned away by locals (when it's too much for the locals, you know it's going to be a dodgy road). We managed to get stuck half way up a steep and rocky path, our wheels skidding into the dirt as we came dangerously close to losing control of our vehicles. Somehow, we managed to turn around and head back, our tails firmly between our legs as we passed our doubters. Turns out they were right.
Once we found the correct path, we stopped for ...
... untill 5pm. Ahhhh!! It was practically next to the dive shop and we saw Elaina sitting outside so went over for a chat. She said that we can help ourselves to coffee, water and anything else we liked, so we grabbed some coffee's and chilled. We hadn't spent that much time here, but It was clear that it was a much more sensible and nicer place to be. Driving 30mins to dive everyday would be silly so we decided to move up to this end of the island the next day. We went back to the ...
Crashhhhhhhhhhhh, I was awoken rudely by a very load noise it was like a massive metal tray smashing on the floor. Seconds later a rumble of thunder stunned me, stopping me in my tracks. I was then aware of the noise of the rain as if hammered down. Perhaps Buddha had come to finish me off. Excellent I love a good thunder storm and this was one bad mama jammer. It lasted a couple of hours until about 9am when it finally stopped raining. One on the more liberating things we have not ...
... it was a good beach for snorkelling as we hired out some gear and went off to see for ourselves. Amongst the coral there were thousands of beautiful multi coloured fish of all sizes, giant clams, crabs (which the fish seemed to hate) and sea cucumbers which I originally thought were just bits of wood until clever clogs, mermaid (merman actually) of the sea Dave proved me wrong. We also made friends with the beach bars two dogs who again seemed to adopt us and ...