VOI Amarina Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... that started at 3 am continued all night long. The anchor of our vessel was ripped off of the boat, so the captain was in a panic, and had to tie us onto the secondary anchor. In the mean time, the small tender boat we tether along the back was smashing into the catamaran. The captain was worried it would break a hole in the boat she he asked two guys to get in it, untie it and take it away from the catamaran. They said that night while they were in the tender boat they ...
... on insurance, but the photos from this trip are sadly gone. One of Martin's roommates started a GoFundMe page for the kids here. Jaden is in the teaching program, and is raising money to buy the locals notebooks, pens, soap, toothbrushes, clothes, just general things that are necessary. His parents have some sort of foundation that they have agreed to match every dollar donated. Also another guy here Karl (the one who was adopted from Haiti) his parents also are ...
We saw ACDC! Well not quite, more like the ACDC of Madagascar. There have been posters hanging in the nearby village advertising an upcoming concert. All of the locals were very excited because it is rare that such a popular singer would come to such a small village to preform. She is called "Black Nadia". The price for tickets was equivalent to $1.50, so I was skeptical because I'm certain ACDC would cost more than that. However, since we are here why not see a local pop star. ...
... is about four hours in the day where noticing can happen from about 10-2. The tide goes so far out during this time that it exposes the reef, so there is no way we can safely get out to the dive site without hurting the reef. Spring tides happens for about a week once every few weeks. So during the hours when we cannot dive, spring tide week is when we usually perform beach cleans. Since the tide is so far out we can easily cover a larger area for cleaning ...
... then you are required to inform some member of the staff. This is an interesting rule since my diarrhea has been persistent for about two weeks now, they will be getting a daily poo report. The rules seem to be a little bit overkill. In Zambia we had no real rules at the house and it worked fine everyone was respectful and caused no real issues. So kind of annoying but it is what it is. Tuesday we got to go for or first dive. They require us to take part in a ...