Vanila Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Nosy Be
... the beach in front of us. They were happy to jump on us instantly. They even scratched us, not on purpose, they just have very long nails. As we hiked through the forest a bit we found even bigger lemurs. They were beautiful white ones, with extremely cute little faces. For some reason these larger white lemurs did not want any part in jumping on us, which was fine by me. They seemed a lot more timid and shy. From this island we dropped all our bags off with the captain and ...
... next day and see who is doing what. We are scheduled to do two dives on Monday so that is probably the only positive thing that has occurred this weekend. So Monday rolls around and we are up at 5 AM to begin our 6 AM dive. It feels ridiculously early, but the chickens and roosters are awake, and seem to think the rest of the camp should be also. We go on our dive, and got to see a turtle, and a porcupine fish which is so cute. This fish has a box shaped head, it ...
... could be so good, but I just feel the people running it seem to be over it, and aren't putting everything the have into it, which is very frustrating. However since you all know I love to write my letters, I will be writing a letter with many suggestions. Martin and I went on our first night dive this week. It was supposed to be just me my roommate Cheryl and two dive Instructors. Martin asked to join us on the dive but was told he couldn't since we didn't have enough flash ...
... She has shown them her plane ticket leaving the county, and they still insist that she must pay a 45% import tax on the value of the items to collect them. This means her paying $900 USD. Even if she decides to not collect them and send them back home she is still being asked to pay the fee. How insane! She has been here for four weeks, without her dive gear and only had two weeks left. So the moral of the story is, do not send things to other countries where ...
... lemur area. On my way I met a local who offered to come along and explain things to me. After making sure it was free of charge we took off. He took some bananas as well, making sure I'd make some good friends with the furry creatures. Bacsos, the guy, knew how to call them and it didn't take long until I had lemurs jumping on me. Although probably not to be considered wild anymore, a dream came true. At least ...