- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... We both said it reminded us of Mongolia when we took the 4x4 across the country.
Charlie stopped at the foot of the volcano and we all got out.
As we stood at the base of the volcano covered in thick ash deposits, we heard a loud GGGRRRRR!!!!
We all looked at each other as the volcano was rumbling away, and wondered if it was safe to be there. Charlie just looked bemused. He probably sees this reaction from everyone he takes there as he says it does ...
... and son of the family who owns the lodge. The husband is a Kiwi, the mum from the Solomon Islands. They were very friendly and talkative, telling us all about their family and a bit about the town. The town before the lodge is called Black Man's Town. All the shops are owned by locals. There isn't allowed any oversees ownership in the town. There is also a street called Jennifer street. The street is named after a woman who lives in the town. To earn money ...
... the edge of the blue hole where the bottom dropped away and we were able to put our gear on the jump into the water. Compared to the frigidly gold pool at the resort the water in the ocean in this location was simply amazing and warm. Immediately with no wet suits we were comfortable and ready to explore. The masks that we had got from the resort were of the larger one piece style and made from glass so we got terrific views of vibrant coral, coral ...
... headed to the hammocks on the beach and spent another hour chilling and enjoying the sound of the waves rolling in. By about 11.30am I went back to check on Rox who said that she was beginning to feel a lot better which was great news. She came down and joined me in the hammocks for another hour of so of reading the chilling. By now I was hungry and Rox was especially hungry after missing breakfast so we strolled over to the ...
... up limestone cliffs from the open ocean. There was no sandy beach but there was in fact a wide 50 to 100m stretch of coral and rock leading to crashing waves. The resort also had a long jetty that flanked out into the coral outcrop and towards a deeper hold of 20 or so metres depth. During our stay the waves were quite constant but only every about half a metre high at most. The best feature of this resort was how quiet it was with a limited number ...