Sunset Beach Hotel
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I'm sad today because it is my very last hours in the Seychelles. No more beautiful beaches and mountain hikes to wonderful views. I really enjoyed staying in the four season’s hotel it beats staying at home. I really hope the school group enjoyed their stay as well. I thoroughly enjoyed the activities held over the days they were awesome I’m going to miss the ...
When I arrived at the Seychelles Islands, I felt overwhelmed with excitement. My first thought was that this place is very beautiful. On the way to the hotel I could hear the sound of the ocean and smell the sea. I couldn't wait until I could see the beaches in daylight. I was really tired from the flight so I couldn't take in the scenery properly on the way to the hotel! It was also really humid so I couldn't wait to have a shower and change ...
... by just seeing the views while hiking to the top of it.
Cassedent waterfalls wasn't very far away from Morne Blanc National Park and soon I was off on the Cassedent waterfall walk. A barbeque lunch with a range of hot and cold food options was served and during the leisurely walk through the waterfalls the tour guide covered about 200 years of history and pointed out many landmarks, with plenty of time for tourists to take ...
... a hotel restaurant, but a school group may prefer cheaper food from any of the local cafes on nearby streets.
After lunch I took a walk to see Baie Ternay Marine National Park where I went for an amazing snorkelling experience. Feeling energized and refreshed after an amazing snorkel I then venture out for a hike to Morn Blanc Mountain too overlook the city with a life changing view.
I wanted to be well-rested and not ...
... mix in Namibia thanks to Louise. The good wine being hard to find in both Namibia and Madagascar, this was a nice alternative. Just what we need for the sunsets on the balcony. We also hopped in a local bus to return to our hotel, and this was quite the experience. The driver, thought he was a formula one pilot. I now know why they have handles on the back of the bus seats. ...