Apsara Beachfront Resort And Villa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... mehr viel davon. Einzig ein Militärschiff, dass 3 Kilometer ins landesinnere gespült wurde, errinnert an die schlimme Zeit.
Beim ausfüllen des Tagebuch, merke ich, dass wir heute 570 Km gefahren sind. Trotz der Müdigkeit gehe ich noch schwimmen. Es ist das erste mal seit dem Unfall, dass ich wieder ins Wasser kann. Fantastisch, und dies vor einem herrlichen ...
... t but we continued on for a bit and then stopped at a shop on the way back to get some snacks, back at 9:20.
We chilled in the air con for a bit and Dylan read the rest of his book. I got myself organised and repacked my bags.
We finished packing up our gear and then went down to Wicked Diving to check in. We filled out the paperwork and organised a pick up of our gear from the hotel. I tried on a 3mm shortie wetsuit to take in ...
... but the girls had some complaint about their noodles (they were the wrong shape), refused to pay for their meals and went to McDonalds instead. So Nicky, Sue and I were finally able to relax. We lingered over another beer and had a good long chat. Nicky and I then wandered back home stopping off at Sakai Bar for a last beer before bed. We were getting to know each other very well by now but discovered something new tonight - we were both born in the same hospital in Barking!
... rebuilding effort. The boat had only entered service in 2000, a valuable asset its to the local governments credit that it has been allowed to stay, the unfinished memorial is not. We spent the rest of the day swimming in the sea and had a seaweed fight with the local kids. The beach is clean, uncrowded and free from rent this space style umbrella sunbed opportunists. Golden sand stretches miles in each direction and the tsunami early warning system is evident in the huge masts ...
... with the occasional big wave breaking perilously close to us, as Phil commented, not unlike recent coastal conditions in the UK! After eating we wandered down to the Piranha Bar to say hello to Pak and have a couple of beers before getting a taxi back.
The children at Tablamu School were on good form on Wednesday. Josh made himself popular by joining in a game of football and then giving all the boys nicknames of famous footballers. And the children ...