Gangehi Island Resort
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... in the cabins which was naturally waking us up!), tea/coffee served on deck at 7.00 followed by a delicious breakfast at 7.30. The boat would then start to cruise for a few hours until our first stop. During this time, Jason and I would be sunbathing on the upper deck whilst reading or enjoying the views. Around 10.00 we would usually stop for our first snorkelling of the day, most of the time accessing the reef by using the smaller dingy boat. We would ...
... to sleep after that - then I woke up at 5:30 and something was crawling on my hand. I swear!! It was a cockroach the size of a Chihuahua. Ok - it was more the size of my middle finger, but it was huge, and I flung it across the room like a frisbee. It was not a fun way to wake up. But, it sure woke me up quickly.
That's when I thought, "**** this treehouse ****, I want a beach villa." I mean what can happen in a beach villa? If something like ...
Today was our last day at the island with dad. In the morning mum, dad and I swum out over the reef for some snorkelling.
I saw even more new fish and for the first time I saw a unicorn fish. I also seen a dory!,
After this we mucked around for the day, shopped in the boutique, made sand castles, seen a BIG crab that had come up on the beach and mucked round with dad.
Soon it was night time and time to go on the speedboat ...
... in other spots around the island to make sure we weren't missing out on anything, only to realise the best spot is right outside our floating villa. It has the calmest waters and seemingly the most amount of fish. I have had a chance to get a nice tan while finally being able to take the time to read a good book. I'm now Darren's Tahitian princess! I order the Paranthas again for breakfast.
Last night, we enjoyed a private dinner on the beach - a bottle ...
... underwater here. I wish I'd seen it before the tsunami.
After about an hour our guide calls us out and Annie is a bit cold so we return to the boat...I could have stayed in all day (I once snorkelled in Belize for 6 hours!). Then we continue to the island...
Keyadhoo has a population of 700 or so, though you wouldn't know it to look at the place; the houses blend in well and although there is too much litter it is not such an ...