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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... washing ourselves up onto the beach where Edd’s mum was. I went and sat on the beach and watched Edd’s mum on her ‘blowy uppy thing’ with his dad paddling around the edge of the reef, looking at fish. (His mum is not a particularly confident swimmer, so not the sort of person to jump into the open sea backwards and explore it). Edd told me to show them the enormous clown fish we’d found (the size of his hand) so I swam out to where ...
The flight was short and it was a smaller plane so we were closer to the ground/water. The islands were beautiful and you could soon see why it was a diving destination. Benny was waiting for us at the airport, with dreads and a Bob Marley shirt, to take us to our boat for the next day and a half. We stopped for a quick picture overlooking the Bay and reached the boat soon after. It was a bigger wooden boat than I thought. We met the crew and enjoyed a fibrous pineapple welcome ...
... scruffians were excited! I had the time of my life! We played games, sang "Happy boofdy to yoooooooo" many times and I ate far too much cake! It was great and how lovely they wanted me to take part. I had fun, the kids had fun, I got filthy, the kids were grimey and the laughter was loud! I gave the two gorgeous little girls a present of a little money and they were so thrilled. They only had one present each from their mum to open and a lovely ritual over ...
... I didn't get sick. So I guess I learned that I don't seasick easily! Gili T is the most populous of the three islands and is where I stayed for several nights. I remember getting off the boat and not being able to find anyone who had even heard of the guesthouse I had booked online. Finally, someone came up to me and offered I help. He called the number but no answer. He then took me to the guesthouse he owned and offered me some tea. Eventually, we got a hold of ...
... there were signs in the dive shops advertising live aboards, boat trips where you travel for several days, sleeping on the boat at night and diving during the day.
Later on in that trip I was diving in the Perhentian Islands. One of the divemasters there had just come back from a trip to Komodo and was raving about it. Last year, a few of my friends went to Komodo for a couple days and came back bragging about how amazing the diving was. I ...