the airport was god forsaken! if there was a fire in there, we all would have perished because there were no obvious fire exits or fire exits signs and it was way too overcrowded! It didn't even have a ceiling and the fibreglass was hanging out of it. It was small and grotty, i'm no snob but not even a tramp off the streets would live there it was that disgusting! really disappointed because we were waiting over 3 hours.
If i'd have known the exchange rate was 0% commission and better than over here in the Uk i would have taken english money to change. i was there for 2 weeks and the exchange rate was no less that 1.41 and when i left it was 1.43. But still, best to take travellers cheques i suppose for your own security!
We travelled with Kosmar and the bar crawl was nothing you can't do yourself, but with a few added games and water guns...what girl needs that when she's just done her hair?! You pay 10 euros and they take you round bars n you get a free shot at each bar...but...you get a free shot at each bar anyways, without your rep, so there was no point.
Well worth going to i thought but it depends on your taste. if you enjoy seeing sights then it is worth going to, but if not and you think once you've seen one cave you've seen em all...dont bother. i loved it though, but you'd think the sand at the shipwreck would be white and fluffy, it was actually tiny little pebbles and difficult to walk on. the water was spotlessly clear though, you could see the rocks at the bottom and it was nice and cold. people were jumping in off the boat into the water, it was loads fun. you get a tour guide who can speak english but you have to listen carefully. I actually went on the cruise around the whole island, so it went rather quick. 9am-5pm.