- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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... and starfish so some time was spent looking at them and one was eventually purchased. Wrapped it made a largish but still very delicate parcel so we walked back to the coach very carefully stopping for a nice ice cream along the way overlooking the sea. On our return to the ship we had thought of getting the shuttle to the shops as Albert's electric razor has died but there is a queue and the best shuttle isn't due for 20 minutes and the last one back is only 30 ...
... the pig that had been cooking in the ground all day. It was covered in sand and several layers of cloth, and 2 guys unearthed it and put it on a huge tray to prepare for the buffet. Shortly after we headed to the buffet line - there were a few salad choices, a few veggies choices, rice, chicken, beef, fish and of course the pork (which I somehow managed to miss in the buffet line - oops). I wasn't super impressed with the food, the ...
... singing our favourite songs such as Puff the Magic Dragon. Carissa and Owen lounged and played on the beach. This beach was a little crowded however, and when the wind picked up (predictably) around noon, we headed for home. Mel had provided an open invitation for body surfing during kids nap time so I took her up on her offer. The Watsons, who departed today, left a couple of boogie boards behind so Mel and I put them to the ...
... deeper into the cave and was a bit tricky due to the low light. Pulling myself over the next pool, I plunged into deeper waters and swam into the darkness. Swimming across, a light entered into view. Getting to the top, we walked out with hunched backs towards the light. The glamorous ending to our caving adventure was an irrigation system, which required shimmying up through thick, rusted metal bars. A large pool of water lay before us. We made it! The walk ...
... there but not huge so we went for it, Bryan is so skilled...we made our way out to some reefs hoping to see amazing things but honestly we've seen better but we did swim with a few turtles and Bryan was able to touch one of them the turtle dove down when I got there it was still really cool. The journey into shore was wild, I'm not typically a nervous person but there were so many rocks and a strong current and huge surf so ...