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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we arrived!
On the second day we walked to the beach area to the east of town which went on for ever - getting better and more natural and wild the further we went. We eventually got to a really lovely spot by the Mangrove Chalets where there was a restaurant and, best of all, rocks/reef offshore which created a large safe area for bathing - regularly refreshed as the bigger waves came over the ...
... he felt he was content to wait. However, he didn't realise how slow it was going to move and ended up waiting for another 4 hours before hitting the top. It was very high above the clouds in the sky and Liam was absolutely freezing during this time so unfortunately he was unable to get his phone out and take a picture of where he could see the sun starting to rise with the night time sky beside it whilst he was in the queue. It was the beginning of the holidays ...
... families run in and out of the break water - it was quite a sight to be seen. So many people around yet it was so peaceful and quiet even with tons of school kids to boot! A warm sticky breeze added to our stroll and on return after many potholes later we explored our Grand hotel. This place is massive! 11 restaurants, 2 pools, 3 towers of a building it's very easy to lose yourself! A lovely dinner for the equivalent of €10 between us, what's not to ...
... members by being away. It's funny how things work out sometimes.
keep in mind I have been traveling without an end date and well beyond my original plan so supplies are starting to run low or more accurately non existent. I left my travel towel in Hanoi Vietnam (start of December) and have been unable to find a suitable replacement other than a sarong that also doubles as beach towel, shawl and blanket. Most guest houses don't provide towels or sheets and I've ...
... are. I'll bet a really good Museum like Utrecht or York would have cost a fraction of that monstrosity I saw yesterday and would ultimately be far more profitable. Right, enough of me dictating policy to a sovereign nation, the images and my tip from VT will tell you all you need to know.
"It is no secret to anyone having read my other pages here on Virtual Tourist that I love railways and take every opportunity to "ride the rails". I suspect ...