Guesthouse, at Pellonk village on Uluveo island, is one of
several low profile, inexpensive guesthouses in the Maskelynes.
It is conveniently close to the Ringi
Te Suh Marine Conservation Area where there's good snorkelling.
Accommodation at Manu guesthouse is great value at 500 Vatu
per person per night or 1000 Vatu with meals. It's an informal place and Patrick doesn't put a price
on everything. Exchange
is operated by Patrick Simeon's family. We don't have their mobile numbers. Maybe you can help? Contact us. Meanwhile, you can contact the Maskelyne Islands Tourism Committee and they should be able to help.
The bungalow is a sturdy construction using modern and traditional
materials. There's one bed, three mattresses and space for
more people. Surprisingly, there are no mosquitoes. There's
no electricity although some people on the island have small
generators. Kerosene lamps are used for lighting.
are simple aelan
kaekae. For example, simboro,
rice and tin meat. Breakfasts are local bread with tea.
Rain water is used for drinking.
toilet is a few minutes walk from the bungalows. It's a
dry pit, squat toilet with a ventilation pipe. The haos
blong swim is next to the bungalow (bucket showers). Well
water is used for bathing. Toilet paper is provided. Bring
your own bath towel and soap.
surveyed: December 2004 by Stephen.
Last updated: May 2011 by Stephen.