How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunmarina Hotel Onna-son
Travel Blogs from Onna-son
... slightly jealous. I'm also jealous of the guide who can free dive. Back at the hostel it very busy, everyone is in the common room. I talk to everyone sort of and make friendship bracelets and braid someone's hair, I'm so suited to hippy island life. I teach everyone about travellers . Then li spend the rest of the evening sitting outside with the Algerians. Another random turns up with pork sushi and then peaches. Someone starts singing Christmas carols and it's defiantly time to go to ...
As expected today hurt. A lot. Sunburn and a hangover are not a good combination. I eat something which is basically a donut filled with curry. It's not until 2pm I leave the hostel. Without a plan, I consider walking to the main shopping centre but it's very very hot. There's a monorail. So that's what I do. It reminds me of play mobile and is like a disappointing roller coaster. I think it's ...
... from home. We stopped outside a tattoo park to eat. There are in buses. No trains. No mono rail. No nothing, we get a taxi in the end. When we get back to the hostel we are asked if we want to join some people for a drink in a nearby bar. We do, I discover I can't play pool. Actually I knew this but it didn't need confirming. I eventually go to bed at 5am. After talking to some french guys and a strange Japanese ...
... is but they just look confused and embarrassed (it's the knickers). They decide it's ok and they both try to repack my bag. There is a limit to what I accept of Japanese helpfulness and two grown men handling my knickers is pretty much it. (There are vending machines for that sort if thing). Oblivious to the new instructions I'm receiving I join the back of the very long queue again. Oh joy. They come back for me. They escort me to the front. I hope I'm giving off "I'm famous and ...
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