Grand Oasis Palm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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... two hours to make it from the lobby to my room (and involved waking james up in the middle of the night). It was all worth it hough because this place is awesome. The room is lovely, airconditioned and clean. The bed is huge and is possibly the comfiest thing I've ever slept in. I got some food at the hotel buffet resturant, had a long bath/shower (first time I've really been cken for a while....), watched some Spanish animal planet and went to bed. ...
... to the room at 1:00 pm, and I had a shower. Then Larni and I went and had a FACIAL!! It was so nice a relaxing, I so want another one. When we were done Mum had a massage that went for about 1 hour and a half, Larni and I chilled in the room waiting for Dad to come back from golf. He came back around about 2:00 pm and we went down to the pool. We played water polo. It ...
... us to transfer at Belize City. The taxi driver who took us to our Kayak trip the previous day insisted that the direct bus did exist.
We dealt with this confusion in the only way possible, get up at 4:30 am! And walk the 100m to the city centre. A loud talkative elderly man made conversation with everyone who was up and about at that hour. We learnt that the next bus would come at 5:30 and would be headed to Belize City. Once everyone got on board, ...
So on Thursday 16th of we got up around 6am and left for London. After saying the sad last goodbyes had a very pleasant first flight from London Gatwick with Virgin, the plane wasn't very busy so we had spare seats around is for more room. The food was the best I've ever had on a plane with a great lasagna meal, accompanied by lots other snacks (even a mini Fab lolly!) After collecting out luggage, me unfortunately getting ...
... two little girls under the age of 10. I watched them to see what they were digging for. Dad was shoulder deep in this bin while his youngest daughter held onto the back of his pants. She looked at me for a moment before speaking and being distracted by dad pulling out his prize, a plastic water bottle. Then I notice a small bag that had a few bottles in it, he added the new one, and the family continued up the road. Probably the biggest telling of the poverty in which ...