Coconuts Beach Club
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... the distinctions of his childhood. Our tour guide earlier claimed that today there is no distinction, but the group continues to encourage and support children who need help. Some of the children were easily identifiable as mixed blood, but others were not. In fact, one boy looks pure Irish, complete with red hair and very pale skin. We enjoyed this performance and were very proud of the guests and crew who donated over $12,000 to this worthy organization. ...
... for us to share in the front room facing the glazed glass doors that look out onto the sea. There is nothing in front of us other than a little deck with some chairs out for us, a load of sand and palm trees. Paradise we are here! When we woke up the next morning we had half forgotten where we were. I leaped out of bed and flung open the curtains and sure as day the beach was right there. There had been a huge storm in the night and it had rained quite a bit (tropical ...
... in my room, I headed out to the ocean-front restaurant, Cocolini's by the sea, and had some dinner which consisted of garlic bread and catch of the day. The service was great and the food, beautiful.
When I returned to my room, it was about 10:35pm and I went to bed for a good night sleep before I continue my adventure.
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... to our next leg - a week, split between Sydney and Kuala Lumpur. It almost feels like the trip is beginning again, and I think we are all experiencing a slight home sick feeling as we come to the half way point of our ten weeks. We have no real idea what Malaysia will have in store for us, but we are definitely ready to carry on our adventures. Missing everyone at home, keep the email updates coming!! P.s. Here are a whole load of photos off the GoPro that I haven't been able to upload ...
Day 6. "I'm dealing with this hangover incredibly well" was the first thought that went through my head as we awoke at 2:30am for our flight to Samoa. Unfortunately the second one was "oh wait Will, you're actually just drunk still". We all dealt with the rude awakening in our own inimitable ways. I made toast, Oscar cleaned the room and Max...went to the toilet? Our lord and saviour that ...