Lost Horizon Beach Dive Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... clear. There were lots of fish and turtles swimming around the reef. I saw a 1.5 meter turtle, the biggest we have seen so far. It let us swim right up next to it. There were turtles every where. The visibility was the best we have seen in Asia. You could see about 25 meters down. It was like swimming in a giant aquarium. This island is one to remember.
This was ...
... I could only stand about 30 minutes of that ****, as Asians singing is like nails on a chalk board, so I bounced out on the scooter and hit the hay.
KB on the other hand found nirvana at Spikes and as the crowd built up he made plenty of guy friends, mostly from England. I can only imagine the joy as the music was flowing and new friendships were being made...until apparently late in the night one of the new friends asked where he was ...
... lunch time. My first task of this day was help to put the door linings in place. Myself and my boss measured them out whilst I cut them to size.
The only thing I didn't do was nail them into place. Back in England I would use a level and a tape to make sure its perfect but here they used a plumb bob weight. I just stood back and watched them for this part.
Once we had measured, cut and fixed both of the door lines we started on to plywood the external walls of ...
... then pulled in at Acacia Sunset Inn, our home for the next few nights. We were totally in the middle of nowhere and it felt really nice and peaceful. The owner was very kind and helpful, taking our laundry straight away- poor woman! We had a lovely room here, with a sofa area and little kitchen, plus there was a pool. Again we were really tired but hungry. The lay said they didn't do food but they could order us a delivery. We ate the most delicious pizza I think I've ...
... weaving, and a lovely large restaurant deck with panoramic view of the sea. A tour was underway when we arrived, so we joined up. Very knowledgeable and well spoken young fellow. The culmination was the opening up of a hive, and he pulled out one of the trays full of bees. After the tour we meandered over to the restaurant for a great lunch. I had chicken dumpling soup, Pat had Buko soup (young coconut...didn't taste at all like coconut, more like noodles). Hopping back on ...