I was greeted by the warmest smile and most pleasant person, "Morel." He told me he would take care of everything we needed and HE DID!!! The bungalows were clean and cozy, close to the water, bathrooms and the lunchtime barbecue buffett. There were 6 liter bottles of water on ice, plenty of lounge chairs and 2 floats per bungalow. If you needed more Morel was happy to bring them.
HOWEVER....what I did notice was some of the bungalows had wayyyyy more than 8 person occupancy. Not to be nosy, but in one alone I counted 16!!! This became more evident as more families showed up. I asked the older attendant about this and was told.."It is 6 people per bungalow, BUT because we have so many chairs more people can come." I told him I had to pay for 2 and he said..."No No No..next time, only get 1 we have plenty chairs for everyone. It is for 6, but since we have so many chairs it is okay." Lesson learned.
Morel, made sure my Labadoozie was always cold and full....LOL...love that Morel, he took care of all my family and always with a smile. He was even genuinely concerned when I had to toss my cup and jump in the water to rescue one of my grandchildren. She didn't realize how far she drifted on her mat and jumped off to find out she couldn't touch the bottom. I saw her eyes get large and she was about to panic. She did yell for to her sister for help and boy did I run. No one else saw her or heard her, but they saw me run!!! She did manage to remember how to stroke a bit and I got to her as she was too tired to move anymore. Morel was there to check on her and see if she needed further assistance. Good thing Gi-Gi (me) keeps an eye out for her babies. The mother hen in me I guess...
Ohhhh don't bring towels from the ship...there are plenty there waiting for you. We took 3 with us because we were instructed to bring your own...We had to bring them back....uhgggg...now I know for next time
We had an awesome day and Morel even got a ride for me back to the ship. I just love that kid. THANK-YOU MOREL!!!!