Paradise Cove Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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In present time, throughout Vanuatu, cannibalism is long gone and the locals are anything but hostile. Indeed, Vanuatu with all its colourful history, legends ...
... jumped in and we left him to fix the buggy so he could get back to the depot. At one stage we were driving around and around on the cattle farm seemingly doubling back on ourselves. I wasn't quite sure what was going on until the mechanic came for the second time with a buggy. We were just in a holding pattern until he arrived :) Luckily our buggy didn't have any mechanical faults other than a wet spark plug though it was pulling hard to the right by the end of the trip. I ...
... Dick and Simon were in with to no avail. So I figured, blow it! and headed off to the next house.
Now I'd like you all to note here that I have no experience or understanding of the etiquette of preaching here so I went off what we would do in Australia - to the point and quick. I did notice that after I had given someone a tract and said tata they I got some funny looks. There was even one house that as we were walking up a lady saw us and briskly walked over to ...
... going into the rooms. One lady started washing our breakfast dishes. I told her to stop and said I would do them. I feel bad having other people cleaning up my mess - unless it is Symone ;) She said why don't you want me to clean? I clean for you. So I said fine. I think half the time they are wandering around looking for work to do. The gardener was trimming the lawn edges with a pair of scissors! And it wasn't fast either. But if I was getting paid 200VT an hour I ...
... night so we headed to the markets for some food whilst we waited.
The markets over here are all organic home grown fruit and veg, run by locals and are open 24 hours a day except Sundays. It was so nice to be able to buy fruit for a decent price compared to the expense of Australia. We sat down with some locals and asked for what they were having, this is the cheapest way to eat even if you don’t always know what you are eating. Luckily for us this time we got ...