Opoa Beach Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we went for a snorkel and the water was so warm. Almost getting too hot when swimming. Resort along the island with gorgeous traditional huts. Went for dinner at the restaurant which was awesome with traditional building and beach sand floor. Toilets had coral pieces as the floor covering, which were a bit hard to walk on. Had yummy ...
... the dining area. It got to be too hot and we came back to our bungalows. There really was nothing else to do and it was too hot to walk around. And somehow I did not feel like other water sports such as sea kayaking, etc. So we watched the movie "Steel Magnolia" the movie from the USB thumb drive.
This resort was quite different from the ones we went before - there really was not much else to do aside from being in the water. For people who love being in ...
... has a glass top with a view of the water underneath. Snake was delighted to see they had even catered to his needs and left a Toblerone in the mini bar. When we had recovered from the 'have we died and gone to heaven' bit we explored the rest of the hotel's facilities. Three restaurants, a beach area with many different ways to lounge (Snake's favourite being the hammock), a swimming pool and a lagoon snorkeling area with lots of fishes and other ...
... they have here, and of course the beaches!!So in order for that to happen we plan on doing some diving, seeing a lagoonarium, and visiting the boutiques here, and of course trying out the food here as well. This by far will be an amazing trip.
... and verges bloom with giant hibiscus flowers of every colour imaginable and the friendly locals, although reserved as many island folk tend to be, greet you with a strangely pronounced "bonjour" wherever you go. Even the French expat optician in the island’s main town - which, I have to point out seems to have a disproportionately large population of transvestites - fixed my glasses for free. Now that was a surprise. Even more so than ...