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- Non-smoking rooms
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... a half hours later we got back to our apartment,tired out,but we got some good photos,and suppose it was good exercise! Two of our adopted sons were also on the island,Tino from Germany and Valerio from Italy,we hadn't seen Valerio since crossing Myanmar together,so we had a lovely get together,with beer and wine flowing,and Jenny cooking. A great time was had by all. We also had adopted 2 dogs,Cheeko and Cookie and a cat called Twiglet,or they had adopted ...
... eyes. As I begun to snooze into a deep jet-lagged mist, through the paper thin walls came the shrill sound of flute music. Horatio is a gifted musican and I had previously had to explain to his mother that it was not practical to bring a guitar on the trip but she had failed to mention the flute that he would sneak into his hand luggage. Giving up on the idea of an afternoon nap, I headed back down to the backpackers lobby where the other 17 students were sat, ...
... The creepy stuff is legendary here and their favourite type of weather had just started: rain. Lots of rain.
It was a large group, including some very noisy French children (whose very noisy parents left us in no doubt where they got it from) but the wildlife was so abundant we all saw loads. We saw a flying lemur, fireflies, bright green and blue frogs, corn snakes, several (lethal) green vipers, terrapins, stick insects and venomous spiders the size of my hand. ...
... restaurant and nearly fell off our chairs at the cost of food - until we were saved by the vegetarian selection. Little did we know that by ordering the vegetarian selections we had set off some kind of cosmic domino effect. The chef promptly came out to ask Jade - "Are you vegetarian?", figuring it easiest she said "um, yes, I love vegetarian food". The Chef Dollis, who Jade would become best friends with, was thrilled and says "tomorrow I will make you ...
... via signal hill for the sunset.
Dinner that night turned out to be an absolute winner as we went down to the waterside to try our luck at the Filipino barbecue. After some deliberation, we picked our fish and how we wanted it cooked - no idea of the type of fish only that it swam.. along the bottom.. maybe. The fish that came out was cooked in sambal on banana leaf and it was delicious. We ended up going back there night after night like a couple ...