Treasure Island Resort
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... and he pops up briefly. You can see him swimming in the anemone's fingers if you look closely.
The Caves of Babylon videos just give you sense of what it's like in terms of the contrast of light and dark and the immenseness (probably not a word) of the whole experience. In the second video there's a brief glimpse of Semi and then me.
Finally there's ...
... the outside. Then there were Dan and Heather, the resident marine biologists, Semi and the rest of the dive crew, Bio, the hotel’s MC/entertainment officer and Robyn, the hotel manager and last but, by no means least, Justine, my dive buddy, my drinking buddy, my travel buddy, my hangover buddy and my fellow dance floor queen. All of them played their part in making my week truly unforgettable. Oh and not forgetting the incredible dive sites: The ...
... feel quite claustrophobic not helped by the woman leading the dive trying to hurry me up as she had a whole group of clients to get down but I just couldn’t get comfortable with it fast enough.
Today, by contrast, I rolled backwards into the water from the boat, right hand on regulator and mask to keep them in place and left hand on dive gauges and spare regulator to stop them bashing me in the head and I just ...
... pinwheels from the same readily available material. They seem to have
enjoyed our company and invite us back the next day. It is Barnaban custom to
accompany guests wherever they travel so one of the older grandsons is enlisted
to walk back across the island with us. The next morning we head back – with
more popcorn and a carton of UHT cows milk – another luxury here. Chess is a
favourite pastime amongst this family ...
... they'd caught seven fair sized
Spanish mackerel and a big Giant Travelly, when I got talking to some of the
staff they told me that the day before the boat had brought back a 55kg
Dog Tooth Tuna and three Sail Fish the previous week! The best thing is the
trip only cost $60 so I signed Mel and I up for the next afternoon. Manta was
the only place we had to pay extra ...