Dian Bay Resort & Spa
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Dian Bay Resort & Spa St. John's
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... for the barmen.
I retire to bed and Billy goes off to the harbour. He gets in at three in the morning.
Friday I get up for breakfast, Billy doesn't. At 8.30 (we have to be at the harbour at 9 for the powerboat trip) Billy's still comatose. We get there on time. Billy spends up to lunch 12.00 in a daze. He gets off the boat has lunch and falls asleep on the beach. His back is now very sore.
we swim with the rays, snorkel twice and beat every other vessel on the waves. ...
This resort is mostly older folk, we met our next door neighbours who are from Edmonton, have a 2 yr old son and a 13m old girl but they arrived a week ago and left this afternoon :( We also hung out with a crazy fun lady from Indiana and her husband and two early 20 something sons. They were a hoot but they also left today sadly. So the resort was rather quiet as most people left today and we later saw new blood come in late in the day. Hoping ...
... presenting the flower to her. It was pretty nauseating, actually, with most men saying "You are the love of my life" or "I love you more than words can say". The best David could manage when handing his flower to Elaine was "give us a kiss".
When it came to my turn, as Min was not with me, Curt gave me a flower and offered to kiss me, but I declined, as I never kiss on the first date. Well, hardly ever. I tucked the flower behind my ear and I ...
... of the guys and when I saw him duck so did I. The rays are amazing see photo, (this is a photo of a photo) poor quality I know. They seem happy to swim around in between people sweeping around your legs. They feel quite sort of rubbery, a bit how I imagine a dolphin would be. Paul did a little snorkelling, well as much as time allowed. There were lots of little colourful fish as well as the rays, just like you see in the films brilliant I ...
... The newly wed are pretty sickening, and some of them are definitely not spring chickens. They are all over each other, can't leave each other alone and spend all their time gazing lovingly into each others' eyes. It's pretty nauseating, and makes me want to go up to them and the "you won't be doing that in three years' time."
To make matters worse there was actually a wedding here in the hotel ...