Azura at Quilalea Private Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... amazing French/Swiss lady that came to Ibo two years ago. She liked it so much that she stayed and built a guesthouse. Baobibo is a delightful place to stay. She designed it, and with the help of the locals, built it in true island style with sticks, coral stone, Lime and sand from the main land (salty sea sand cannot be used). Her design is fresh and new, yet earthly. She is in the process of completing the 3rd room. It is however not ...
... amount of room, although someone’s feet were still a little too close for my liking. There was the usual procedure which seemingly needs to take place before setting off on any boat trip - waiting around for no apparent reason long after we were due to have set sail, then having some sort of problem with the motor, the sail or the anchor, then eventually setting off for a ...
... in forever without him. Part of the time we just had to negotiate the mangrove roots in water, but a lot of the time we found ourselves squelching and sliding through shin high mud. This proved to be very amusing and somehow none of us fell down or got eaten by hiding beasts.
Before we reached the biggest mangroves we past an area full ...
... not to do - ******** in the fish's mouth!
A very elderly and knowledgeable man lived near the fort. He couldn't speak English but my traveling companions spoke amazing Portuguese and so we were able to learn that ...
... and managed to get underway by about 8pm. The wind was starting to pick up, so the local skipper was wisely using the motor instead of the sails. Unfortunately he wasn't wisely maintaining the engine or watching the fuel levels. The engine cut out a few times, but it was the constant grounding on sandbars which really slowed our progress. The trip usually takes about an hour, but three hours later we were still at sea and now enduring passing showers ...