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- High-speed internet in room
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... if you really put your mind to it.
It was great being amongst amazing nature again. One morning we were picking Lima Beans and Ness nearly picked a Chameleon out of the bush! It was exactly the same colour as the branch and only its curled tail gave away his presence.
Peter told us it was a male Jackson Chameleon with three horns on its head. It was harmless and very friendly so we took turns ...
... to January 2015 and we were sitting on a plane half giddy with excitement, half crying that we will miss our babies. Can you guess which "half" I was? ;) I have to say though, the minute we descended over the lush mountainous island, the only thing we could think of was how much fun it was going to be to spend the next 10 days together baby-less. The first day I remember thinking 'Oh, it's ...
... hurricane coming. We stopped at a few waterfalls, lookout points, nearly were ran off of the road several times and drove passed the closed sign to the park 40 minutes before we got there but ignored it because we heard it closed at noon. We arrived at the trail site and the rain was starting to come on strong. Well, we planned for the rain coming into this so my backpack is carrying all waterproof devices or anything not waterproof wrapped in several ziplocks. I had my ...
Today we ventured out of the resort to find the local beginner surf spot and allow Melissa another day of relaxation. I say this because this hotel and the next will have her relaxation time while I find things for myself to do because I am not able to sit or lay and do nothing, but hotel 3 and 4 will be jam packed with hiking/strenuous exploring type activities. So today we went to the beach where I ...
... a bad move. The temperature was unusually high at 33F with very high humidity. By the time we got to the beach we were both drenched. We had lunch at one of the restaurants on the beach, there are lots of complexes along the beach that the general public can access. The only thing is you can't use their pools or loungers but you are free to use the beaches.
It was a struggle walking back to The Palms in ...