Serhs Natal Grand Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... and it was their last night so they wanted to go out. I couldn't really be bothered but I thought I would make the effort. It was fun. The place is a small surf town really. With one Main Street with cobblestones. There is the main beach which isn't that amazing but from their you can walk along to the other beautiful beaches which are backed by huge pinky cliffs with lots of Palm trees and greenery growing on them. So there are about 4 bars next to each ...
... door to us (one of whom incidentally plays netball in Worthing and Helen knew!!!) Pipa did not disappoint and after several hours trying to master the Samba, Forro and another dance I cannot remember the name of, we stumbled home. Needless to say we didn't quite make it round to the Dolphins the following morning so instead we ambled down to a lagoon and vegetated!!! We had a cracking salad for lunch and then jumped on a bus to a nearby town to ...
... the beach front and walked down to an old fort shaped a bit like a star. The seafront looked really nice and was packed with locals (it was a Sunday). We headed back to the hostel around lunchtime to try and watch the England/Ireland rugby game on ESPN. Unfortunately they were showing the Man Utd match instead and the radio commentary wouldn't work. So, instead Lucie provided us with a running commentary via whatsapp! After ...
... trannies too. The nuns, with their coffin shaped beer cooler and
one family of pirates, complete with cardboard barque, were entertaining too.
One lad got well egged by a bog group of his mates but
happily foam was more popular, especially with the kids. Had enough of the
crowds of carnival by now so was happy to view it from above with a cold one in
... down to the tarmac for a bus waiting to transport us to the airport building. The funny thing was that it drove us maybe a minute from the plane which was easily walkable. I can understand transportation for elderly or handicapped but for the whole plane it seemed overkill. Especially since when we landed in Suriname, they had us walk what felt like a 1/4 mile to the airport from the plane. It was definitely further than the transport here. This was just ...