- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... more attached to the kids of Banvel. After we passed out the donations, we gave them a soccer ball. All the boys including the guys here on the boat all played soccer together, while all the girls on the boat sat and played with the small girls. A few of them had cuts on their bodies, so we cleaned them out and put antiseptic cream and bandaged them up. Then some kids decided the bandages looked so awesome that they decided to go fall over and scrape their knees in order ...
... to report he missing phone. We have to have a police report in order to claim the insurance. The police station basically asked us no questions and told us to come back in an hour and it would be done. We came back in an hour and still they had not done it. He didn't ask where the taxi was going, or a description or anything so I can only imagine if we were reporting something more serious that we would have had zero luck. They were all sitting inside Watching ...
... On Sunday we went to a small island called Tanihely. No one lives on this island as it is a nature preserve. We went diving here last week, but I feel the snorkeling we did here on Sunday was even better than the diving. While snorkeling we got to see our first octopus, which is so rare to see during the day since they are nocturnal. We also spotted about three turtles and got so close that we could reach out and touch them. The fish here were so big, and the waters were ...
... are very dependent on if you are a local or not. Rau, my roommate (the one from China) told me this week that in China all people are forbidden to use Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, or Google. These are all like the top sites in most countries so it seems so strange that they aren't allowed to use these. They are completely blocked throughout the country. Of course like anything there are ways around it but if caught you can be fined or prosecuted. Basically ...
... absolutely massive, by far the biggest one I've ever seen. Thursday we took our test. We have been told no one ever passes on their first test. They show you the fish on five second slides and you have to quickly write it down. It is a test on 50 fish out of the 150 we have to know. You must write the species and family. You must get 90 to pass. I got 75 and Martin got 78. The fish we missed were fish that were not even on our list of fish to study which is ...