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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Stefan) who is doing his Divemaster course. We had to take our regulators (breathing equipment) out of our mouth and put it back in, fill our masks with water and empty them by breathing out through our noses and take our masks off completely and put them back on, all whilst underwater. The first time I did it, I sniffed water up my nose and choked, haha oopsy! When we finished we walked back to the scuba shop and removed and cleaned all our equipment before ...
... suitcase full of goodies but maybe next time. Another funny little girl clearly had been taught "stranger danger" as she walked just a tad bit faster when the white man started to talk but with a flick of my wrist and lighted red bouncy ball doing its thing, all lessons were forgotten and her cat like reflexes caught the ball midstep and off she went. It is summer here and we got to see the traditional kids in caps and gowns ...
... partitions. On my way back I passed many more houses and roads that have been ruined my the earthquake. I've never seen anything like this in all my life.
Anna's lunch was amazing once again. I ate too much so all I wanted to do was go back to bed and have a nap. The last thing I wanted to do was work on a full stomach.
The second half of the day went much more smoothly than the first half. Once all the studs were nailed into place it was my job to measure and ...
... in grass skirts and spears dancing and singing. It was a very strange sight. We didn't know this was part of the tour. As we got closer we could see that the children were holding lots of lizards with their mouths tape up and some puppies. We got off the boat and all of the 'tribe' people wanted tips. We decide just to have a picture with the group of tribes people and made our donation, as we posed a big flame came out of nowhere! We then tried archery with a wooden bow ...
... they were with us a little green because of the rain, it was a beautiful view. Then we went to a butterfly farm, nice but nothing special and then to a natural reserve in the Tarsiers home. These are the smallest primates in the world and with their long fingers and big eyes really cute to see. After lunch we drove to a small zoo and were able to see and even touch one of the largest captive pythons. AAAAAHHHH....but I did it :-) I ...