- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... to some the size of a small car have been thrown here by the explosions inside the creator. Once our guide had managed to stop the Japanese from walking off the wrong way she took us around the crater rim to a better viewing point. We were thinking this is really good a little scary when you saw molten rock being hurled up towards you but we were going to get closer to the action. Next our guide pointed to a place another 100 or so meters round the rim and said ...
... repairs to the airport buildings from cyclone Pam. It is paid at small window in a what looks like a large packing crate stuck to the wall, although the guy inside did have his own air conditioning machine. Anyway checkin closed 5 mins after we got there and sadly we did see a family roll up after it had closed who had been on our flight from NZ. They must of had problems collecting their bags, as they had been in front of us at immigration. Only having carry-on ...
... as they didn't even appear to have a phone so they probably had no clue themselves.
However, we were not stressed by this. We got our names down in the book and with the promise that our accommodation and meals today were courtesy of Air Vanuatu, we headed over to Charlie's truck and back to Evergreen.
We were even given the same room so back to our beautiful room overlooking the sea.
We managed to contact Korin in Port Vila and let ...
... baggage trolley arrived it had stacks of boxes on it. I though someone was moving to Tanna and this was all their gear but when a range of people started collected them Simon explained that this was they local's luggage. Instead of suitcases or bags which are expensive, people put their belongings in boxes, tape them up and put their name on them. Only problem I can see is that everyone's 'suitcase' looks the same!
We were collected from the airport by ...
... seeing their beautiful island. The next family we met were no exception. A lady introduced herself to us before leading out group into the trees through dense jungle to a small clearing. The family group of a father, mother and about 5 kids of various ages and sexes then sung us 3 songs. A welcome song, a local tune and then a goodbye song. Each of these were sung with great vigour and enthusiasm. It was really great to see their happiness at ...