The bungalows were comfortable to stay in. They were quite well appointed and I especially loved the outside bathroom. It was very cool. The staff were great!. The food was expensive! I hated the fact that the restaurant did nto serve any local cuisine. They will tell you there are only 2 restaurants on the island but in actual fact you can wander through to where the locals live and the back packers stay and you can buy local food from there. Unfortunately, we did not discover that until we were leaving. Apparently they are not allowed to advertise the little local cafe over where all the 'resort' people are. The first night we were there one of the restaurants was booked out and the other had an 'oriental' buffet. My question is why???? The second night we managed to get into the a la carte restaurant and again were disappointed to not find any local food on the menu. The boat transfer fees are way too expensive so don't consider just going over for a couple of days. WIth the hefty price of the bungalows added to the transfers, well it makes for very expensive accommodation so if you are going to go, then go for at least a week to get your money's worth. It was a pleasant enough stay but it was just a bit too 'plastic' for me.
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