Unfortunately they had problems with their voice mail so we were unable to do any activities when we arrived. They were genuinely sorry and if we had the time the following day would have fit us in. They make the most out of a small budget and can tell they are trying to protect their little piece of heaven while also accommodating tourist, a tricky balance indeed. Quaint and charming, good place to learn about the natural habitat of the island.
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