Docastaway Experience, Part Six

You’ve seen some of our under the sea activities, but we didn’t spend all of our time in the water.

When we weren’t enjoying the underwater scenery around our island, we were doing one of a few things:

  1. Exploring with our kayak
  2. Relaxing in our hammocks
  3. Cooking or eating, as described here
  4. Sleeping

 

A peek inside.

A peek inside.

Sleeping: D and I are not really the heat-seeker type of travelers. We are quite happy with moderate temperatures. So, when we tried to sleep under a thick mosquito net with hot temperatures and no wind… we kinda suffered.

Fortunately, the bungalow was equipped with just one outlet hooked up to a battery that was charged via solar energy. This meant we had enough juice to run a fan at night! And yes, thankfully, a fan was provided. The first night or two, we just had the fan running in the room. That definitely didn’t help us keep cool. Not in the slightest. So, we got more creative: we brought the fan into the mosquito net with us. We had the breeze blowing directly on us! It was just enough to help us fall asleep and stay asleep. Until we woke up with the sun around 5am. 🙂

Kayaking: We enjoyed our sole means of transportation!

And folks, that wraps up our Docastaway Marooning experience! We had such a fantastic experience booking through Docastaway.

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3 thoughts on “Docastaway Experience, Part Six

  1. I am in the middle of booking a trip through docastaway and honestly this is the first customer review I’ve seen! It has definitely been a little strange only sending/receiving emails but this looks like it will totally be worth it.

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