Turtle Bay Resort

Address: Turtle Bay, Santo, Vanuatu | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Turtle Bay, Santo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Santo

      Did the earth move??

      A travel blog entry by neil.mitchell on Oct 21, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... at the power of this monster, cameras clicked at every eruption, it was a bit like a firework display. Gradually the other groups drifted away and we stood and for a least another half an hour, cameras pretty much forgotten, we just watched.
      Ned told us stories of how he and some friends had camped up there for a couple of nights, until the girls got scared by the constant rumbling and how they categorised the state of the volcano on a scale of 1 to 4. ...

      C'mon the Hawks v's C'mon the Pies

      A travel blog entry by winter_escape on Aug 29, 2014

      2 photos

      ... only people left so Craig pulls up a couple of comfy couches for us to recline on. First quarter Tonia and I are happy as the Magpies are in front. Relaxed in the fact that we are winning the girls go off for a bit of a look around the resort. By the time we return the Hawks are well in front. Knowing that Collingwood have no hope now we settle back into our couches and promptly fall asleep.

      Our ...

      Goodbye Volcano - we will miss you

      A travel blog entry by winter_escape on Aug 27, 2014

      5 photos

      ... cocktails by the pool. We eat, drink, swim, plan our movements for the rest of the trip and book in for dinner at the restaurant for the evening. We enjoy a lovely dinner, eye fillet steak for the girls and a huge Poulet Fish (deep sea) for Brian. Vanuatu is well known for its beef and fish and we are treated to huge servings of each. Some wine and drinks then back to the cat for what will be our last sleep on board for Tonia and I.

      Day 8: Sports Day

      A travel blog entry by standrewscc on Jul 04, 2014

      16 comments, 4 photos

      Hi everyone!
      The internet's been down for the last couple of days, so we haven't been able to update the blog for a while.
      Yesterday was sports day. The journey to Tata is always very entertaining with songs, Hey cow competitions, made up songs and lots of laughter. We were running sport for the secondary school before lunch. We ran skipping, football, tunnel ball and target throws. Mr Wade said that large water bottles would be better targets than anything else for ...

      Vanuatu Day 3: Cultural Tour

      A travel blog entry by standrewscc on Jun 29, 2014


      ... culture of the people of Vanuatu is different from that of Australia.
      We're all well and are having a great time. We appreciate all those who are praying for us. The real work starts on Monday, so we'll see how we get on then.

      Note to all parents: the kids will be writing all of their personal messages in the comments so please read them so you don't miss out on anything :)