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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... feature is the sea organ which "plays" amazing music. Also the "greeting to the sun" glass solar powered disc is worth visiting. Both are situated in the fairly new sea wall and promenade.
Weather , once again amazingly warm and sunny!
We thought we would still have fun, even out of season but everywhere (and I mean everywhere) was closed. It was like the entire country had "gone away".
The country is absolutely beautiful and the sea clearest I have ever seen but we didn't feel welcomed and the place somehow lacked warmth. Perhaps these would be there if we had visited in "holiday ...
... We through this around with some of the others from our
group in the water for a while before I insisted we leave the each before I got
sunburnt as we had been there for 3 hours. It was just beautiful!
Back at the hotel we had a nap for another two hours,
clearly catching up on some needed sleep. We got ready for dinner around 7:00
and went out with Paul and Amanda to a place recommended by Hugh and Ishty. The
food there ...
... were charging £25 per hour so I'm glad we had our own kit! We'd managed to find somewhere to park nearby by driving through a hotel car park onto a dusty windy track through trees. It just didn't feel like we were doing it the way hoards of visiting windsurfers must normally do it. Anyway, the sailing was lovely - clear warm water and a really steady wind. Unfortunately, it was cut slightly short by my boom breaking - that's two gone out of the three ...
... This is particularly exciting for someone who's previous festival experiences have revolved around the sensation of being pelted by bullets of rain and slapped in the face with wet mud for several days. Sorry, T in the Park, you will never be the same again.
After nearly a week spent on the incredible Zrce beach, there were several comparisons I could draw between this music festival hotspot and the almost deserted islands that I've visited ...