We just returned from 11 days at Marazul, units E1 and E2. We are a family of four scuba divers and had done all of our diving via boat. This was a HUGE treat to have stairs to the reef just outside the front door. The units are basic but perfect for the beach. The floors, including the floors on the terraces, do get slippery when wet, so make sure to keep a towel close by. If you provision on the way in at Centrum, you'll be golden. We brought our own coffee and some spices. You can get a number of provisions at the market in Barber, but they don't have diet coke. Read the food labels, too-the Island has a serious sweet tooth :) Anyway, Marazul will feel like home after about five minutes. Do be aware that the only hot water is in the showers, bring quarters if you want to do laundry, and remember it's the islands-don't run multiple appliances simultaneously. And bring Ultrathon for mosquitoes. If you go to Landhuis Misje--and you should!- tell Anton that Medea says hi-we had dinner there five nights. Also the food at Playa Lagun is excellent, as is the snorkeling. Sol Food got mixed reviews from our party-the kids thought the pizza was not great. My veggie pizza was just fine, the other three adults were unimpressed. But the vibe was warm and friendly. If you head south to see the flamingoes at "Williworld" make sure to drive in to Coral Cove and down to the dive shop/Karikter. The food there was delicious and the snorkeling looked promising-we were there for lunch but lots of people were in the water. If you decide to climb Mt. Cristoffel, be aware it is more a technical climb than an hike. Take a lot of water. The last 10 minutes or so literally requires four limbs to scale but it's totally worth it. Have a blast--i can't wait to go back!