Melka Excelsior Resort Hotel
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We got up extremely early because we were going to a new hotel.
Oh, I almost forgot to tell you that the new hotel is like a zoo, because it has all types of animals. There are mini frogs which are almost as small as a grain of sand - Dad says they are not that small, but maybe as small as an ant. They are so so so cool.
Today I got to swim with a dolphin. It was so exciting and amazing. They felt like rubber and one of they were called Ucil and Gomblo. They were in the hotel pool and they were rescued from a circus that was treating them badly and have been at the hotel ever since.
I found a cat with some kittens. They were so cute and cuddly. Zoe and I …
We woke up at 7:30 in the morning and we had a yummy breakfast. After that we all saw the dolphin show, then we put on life jackets and got in the water with the dolphins.
It was so amazing and incredible. The dolphins kept coming up to us and pushing us around. They felt like really, really soft leather. It was an amazing experience.
... must of dropped by 20 degrees. Along the way we drove past countless paddy fields with vilagers hard at work harvesting the rice crop. It looks like back breaking work that's for sure. Certainly too hard for a mere Cruise Director! When the sun hits the fields just right you can see the water the crops grow in. The reflecting light gives the paddy fields a golden glow. I tried to take some pictures along the way but they don't do it any justice at all. Shame. When we ...
... de bateaux sur l'eau, mais le plaisir de voir une multitude de dauphins nager et sauter dans l'eau est toujours enorme!
Les filles sont reparties et moi j'avais decide de rester pour me reposer des courtes nuits precedentes en profitant de la plage tant qu'il y avait du soleil (quand il se montre, il chauffe fort et l'eau est vraiment bonne!) et pour visiter les alentours comme le temple bouddhiste de Banjar.