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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
Today was to be a huge day exploring the wilds of Tanna Island given yesterday was our relaxation, easy day. This island south of the main island Efate is famous for it’s active Volcano Mt Yasur and with most tropical islands is famous for it’s snorkelling/diving. We were to attempt both of these today and were very excited. We awoke about 8am and headed to breakfast which was again a lovely, fresh affair with just enough food to prepare for ...
Today we awoke to our first full day on the beautiful island of Tanna. Unfortunately Rox had come down with a stomach bug and had been up most of the night so today was to be a slow relaxing day to let Rox recover. We had been due to go to the Volcano today but due to Rox feeling bad we postponed until the next day. Today therefore was going to be a rest, relaxation and recovery day.
Getting up at a leisurely 9am I ...
... we were shown to our rooms where our bags were already situated. The rooms were classic beach bures with a small porch, large front room with a huge King Size bed covered in a mosquito net and a bathroom at the back. The rooms were perfect offering comfort, cleanliness and with shutters on the windows down a cool ocean breeze. It was just what we wanted for our 3 night stay here. The lookout from the resort was also spectacular. The resort sat perched about ...
... airport and the three of us flew to Tanna (13,300 vatu one way; 199 NZD) where we took a truck (2500 vatu per person; 37.40 NZD) across the winding dirt roads and volcanic ash field of Mt Yasur to Jungle Oasis bungalows (bed and breakfast 2500 vatu; 37.50 NZD). While the jungle aspect of the accommodation meant ants, rats, and a variety of biting insects had a near constant presence; the following days turned out to be some of my more authentic travel experiences. This ...