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Travel Blogs from First Bight
Chyenamarkley stayed here on Mar 15, 2012 during their trip titled: Chyenamarkley's Great Adventure.
... require us to monitor one of the island's beaches for nesting turtles. Once we see a turtle we tag it and take a number of measurements and photos for an ongoing study by Loma Linda University (Southern California) which also allows the University of Florida to track the turtle if it is spotted again in the future. We saw no turtles on our first patrol but found a HUGE one at around 10:30pm on our second night out - a seriously beautiful and exciting experience though ...
... the Iguana station he's volunteering at. I wondered down to the jetty protruding from the back ground floor of the restaurant and watched the stars lying down. Beautiful barmy evening with a light sea breeze. In the distance another storm cloud hung over the pitch black sea, amazing forked lightening. It gets dark here about ...
... great, saw a pod of 100 dolphins one day and we got to swim with them twice! we weren't that close but seeing them dance in front of the boat for so long, lying down on the front to watch thewm as we went was amazing! saw a sea horse, never saw one before! went wreck diving, did some easy swim throughs, that was great. did some great wall dives which is my favourite sort of diving because you get the close up of the wall and the dizzying expanse of ocean at the same ...
... it was awesome. I guess it's true then that you don't know what you can't achieve until you don't achieve it.
After night one we noticed that we were both quite itchy. Now it's not uncommon for the odd bed bug to check into a hostel, as explained numerous times, backpackers are dirtier than Lady Gaga at a mud slinging contest. After night two we were peeling our skin off. This isn't our first bed bug incident. Sonny has filmed two seasons of the Itchy and ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking