Eurolanta White Rock Resort
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- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We decided to just chill and stay at the resort today as it is so peaceful here! We went out to the beach at about 9 and booked our loungers, right in front overlooking the sea. We were amazed at how high the water was. Compared to yesterday when we had to walk about 40m to get to it. We then went to have a late breakfast and then back to the beach to bake! We are so happy that it is a bit overcast at the moment as the moment ...
... on the beach. The place is ruined really. There are people urinating and throwing up on the beach and the music is terrible, cheesy and so loud. I feel sorry for the people who live here as they are obviously making money but at a cost to this beautiful island. Everything here is so expensive and not even good quality, just cheap ****. We headed back about 12.30 and Noel passed out on the bed immediately. I stayed up looking at pictures from the day and ...
... climbing to get fantastic views. Around 3pm we decided to do the nature trail which takes 2 hours to do according to the map. But it took us 1 hour to do and it was hot and well worth it we seen an iguana and it was massive! Just as we came out of the trail into the road the thunder amd lightening started and we really lucky that we got into the car as heavy rain started to come down. So glad we had a car and not a scooter! The storm was right over us and lightening ...
... to stop buying things. The island is nice, but hard to really appreciate it when the weather wasn't great and a lot of places were closed, generally felt quite run down in places. BUT did find a few really good restaurants and cafes. particularly on the last night, had a spicy seafood salad and all the veg was sculptured all pretty.
Offto another island on the west side (Ko Tao) tomorrow where hopefully I can carry on topping up my ...
... It's not working out that way. What with the scooter and the yoga and the massages and my foodie habit... I'm just not saving any money. And it's not only that... I read a little book by Viktor Frankl, who survived a Nazi concentration camp, "Man's Search For Meaning". In it he suggests that engagement in some form of occupation was paramount to a happy life. And it is a happy life I am after, after all!
Yeah so I could use the cash but it's also about re-engaging ...