Hotel Domus Kahuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the scuba divers were fitted for air tanks. Finally the Snuba instructor explained how it would work. He told us that our air tank would be taken in a small raft that would float right above us kind of like a guardian angel giving us air. It would also not allow us to go below 20 feet. The scuba divers (the parents) jumped in first while Mike (the instructor) got our tubes set up. Snuba diving was really cool. Even better than snorkeling. You could go underwater and you ...
... the river to the waterfalls. The entrance looked like the beginning of an abandoned house. However, sure enough, there was a very nice, secluded waterfall with nobody else around.
On the drive back we saw three monkeys! We saw two on the trees just next to the road and then another large one just hanging out on a telephone line.
It was now time to head out to our next destination. Brian and I said goodbye to JP and his ...
... the same and damn they drink! So rolling into town one could be mistaken that there was a festival on or something. Lucky for us Amanda had pre-arranged accommodation - a great little one bedroom place a couple of streets from the beach and main street complete with internet, air-conditioning and full kitchen. The funny thing about this place was the bedroom which was situated upstairs and away from the air-conditioning was just one large hot box. So with our infinite wisdom, we ...
... frustrating as many people when the begin find it hard to even stand up. We decided to save our money and play in the waves which was free and knew we could deal with. It was really fun just watching the surfers too as there were some really good ones amongst the beginners and the teachers occasions showed their pupils the odd tricks and skills they had. In the evening we had tea again in the hostel with the remaining pasta we had from the night before. We ...
... 2.00pm. We hired a board and an interestingly named rash vest cor $10 each. And we were off. The troubles, however started before we even made it to the ocean, the wind was that strong i struggled to walk in a straight line to the seaas the wind caught my board. When we were in the sea it didn't get much better. What looked like little waves from the shore looked a fair bit bigger when they are bearing down on ...