VOI Amarina Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... seem to be. Vegetation changed the closer we got to the canyon. It was an amazing sight and just like he said: burning hot. He asked me several times if I really wanted to go down into the canyon. I think he would have loved for me to say no, but I wanted to go. Even going down wasn't easy in that heat but the landscape was well worth it. What a rewarding place. The colors and rock formations were amazing. The sun was pounding from the blue sky. We ...
... the island is somewhat more rustic. There's no electricity (I mean generators do exist but most owners refuse to use them) and no hot water. It's so interesting to see how people live in an environment like that and it regularly gets me down to earth again (after having spent a couple of nights in a luxury hotel). The less you have, the less you care, the freer your mind and the more peaceful your ...
I initially planned on avoiding touristy Nosy Be but after the surrounding islands have been recommended to me for diving I decided to give it a go to gain more practice at diving. Whenever I got to Ankify people were jumping on me trying to sell me one of the spots on their boat. I think I got a pretty good deal. The boat was alright and left pretty early so I didn't have to wait in the burning sun for too long. It was a nice ride although I had a hard time watching ...
... Gustav Eiffel, of the Parisian tower fame!), and tiny newly hatched turtles in basins waiting for them to grow big enough to have more chance of survival when they reach the sea, and then heading back for lunch on our boat while the small group of Italian daytrippers lunched on the beach (before their 1.5 hour bumpy speedboat ride back to Nosy Be)
... And that we were not leaving until they were properly tied on! So he said we could drive past his house and collect some ropes – of course we made him remove the bags from the roof, and sent him back to his house to fetch them, as we were not leaving without ropes! There was a bit of eye-rolling and chatter in the local vernacular from the driver and Bruno, but in true Croskery Holyoake fashion we were insistent. When he ...