Dream Native Resort
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... in our 'Open Water' books. After this we met our instructor Ned, a older, tall, tanned guy from Kilkenny, Ireland. He was really nice and helped us with our kit. He then showed us how to put everything with our regulators and tanks etc then we walked 5 minutes to the pool to begin. The tanks are so heavy, about 20kg I'd say, we should be used to carry heavy things after traipsing round with our rucksacks. We did a few exercises in the pool with Ned and a ...
... simple possessions or fast and furious as we live?
Rob and I took off on a five hour journey on scooters to explore and start the distribution of "goodies" we packed to give to the kids we see along the way. This is always a highlight of our trips as the smiles and gratitude are always way cool especially when we get "that look" like...now just where exactly did you come from? I told Rob, we could have packed ...
... the ruins I stopped at the temporary church which was right next to it under a huge gazebo. A young girl came up to me whilst I was takes some snaps. She asked me if I was a volunteer. After I telling her that I was she thanked me so much for helping them rebuild their lives. That little conversation with that girl made the whole volunteering project worth it.
After taking some pictures I walked back to Anna's house to have some lunch before heading back to work to complete ...
... on the boat was terrible and the weather was still bad so we decided to have some drinks o help everyone cheer up. We played Gin face, where you have to down the drink without pulling a face and few other games that I was really bad at. There was a band on the boat who were singing lots of European songs so we joined in. The sun was now out and the river looked lovely, lots of tall grasses and palm trees surrounded it. We turned a bend and round the corner there were ...
... Yes, it is spelled that way, and yes it is a botanical garden, plus mini-zoo, plus art gallery plus spectacular restaurant, covering maybe 20 acres. After an unpromising rough gravel road, and poor directional signing, one enters a very modern gift shop with rather upscale clothing and accessories. There we paid the 300 each admission charge (about $3) and headed out into the garden. The whole place was a puzzlement. Very extensive gardens set out in themes, French garden, ...