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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... to three weight on the last day - belt weights - it's some kind of technical thing to be able to drop weights off your belt, it shows you're controlling your dive and learning fast.
Top son !
In the evening we visited Welcome Seafood for the final time and thoroughly enjoyed the mantis prawns, cuttle fish curry and the steamed stonefish (ugly but tasty).
... zone', a pirate ship, a children's menu, a shallow pool and children's slide and as 'una pause' it is bliss! This place is also utterly beautiful and swanky with flames on the beach and round the pool at night, cocktails and amazing food, a beautiful pool with the silkiest smoothest water (no chlorine-y itchy eyes) and a private beach that stretches on and on that I am determined to run along today. There is a gym (not frequented as of yet) we arrived ...
... feet wet during the rainy season. The guides made us turn out our headlights and my group and I savoured a few seconds of silence before Patrica and Maggie started giggling in my ear. Having put full trust into our guides, we were rather unnerved en route back to the camp as for a moment we were lost in the darkness. Fully aware that we were no longer on a path and that we had already walked past that tree twice, news headlines started to flash through my ...
... It was neat to chat with some American folks, the security guys were all ex armed forces – mostly Navy, so we chatted a bit about our past experiences while Ginette took care of the signatures. With the paperwork complete, we got the cab to take us back to the bus depot and we made our way around to our connection, before giving up and taking another cab to the ferry. As usual, we arrived ‘in the nick of time’ and jumped across the jetty as the boat pulled away. We ...
... 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. ...