Villa Islazul Don Lino
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... We also met a South African and his English friend who were over on a 2 week package tour. Interesting chatting to them and hearing about their excursions especially one they did at the dolphinarium where they stayed over the night. They petted the Dolphins did tricks with the Dolphins and in the evening spent time with them with no one else around, sounded ...
Alex was up early for a beach run, then we headed for breakfast and then to the beach to figure out where to go snorkelling. We were told of two places we could walk to or could get a catamaran out to the reef for the best snorkelling, however this would cost as not part of the 'all-inclusive' we decided it would be good to try the reef and headed out, however the wind picked up. Although it was fine to snorkel and we did so for a few minutes (the reef and visibility were really ...
... said the resort is pretty cool and we got 'upgraded to a suite' which is a room with what seems to be a bar attached- but with no fridge or booze just a bar! Anyway it does make the room a lot larger and somewhere to put our bags. We then headed to the beach which is pretty awesome and one of the best beaches I have been on.. Typical Caribbean- Palm trees and big long white beach. Stayed on the beach and swam for quite ...
... then felt awful again so headed back to the Casa for the rest of the day. Alex strolled around some more while I carried on reading my book - Game of Thrones. After nearly 2 months only 20% of the way through! Great reading but it is taking forever, I do wonder how big the paperback set is of the all the books. Photos are from Alex's ...
... a sandy beach… it has a few palm umbrellas and a small sandy beach in the middle of all the corals here – it’s funny when we checked along the road, there is no-where a sandy beach.
During Gine was exploring the corals Paul communicated with a local with hands and feet…. Whatever they were talking about.
The little town here has lots and lots of ...