is an enterprising fellow with a store, kava bar, guest
house and a truck at Pele village. It's a central location,
good for exploring the island. Kamy's is by the airstrip
about 500 metres from the present terminal building.
Kamy charges 2000 Vatu per person, per night (so says his brochure).
He has two telephones (phone 28331 or phone/fax 28240).
All expenses are payable in Vatu cash. Exchange
Kamy's Guesthouse is a modern timber construction with two
bedrooms (two single beds plus one single bed), a kitchen
and a sitting room. There were no mosquito nets, mosquito
coils are available (although not really needed). There's
solar lighting but no inverter. Kamy has a generator which
he uses only when required. It's a good idea to bring
a small padlock, if you need to lock the bungalow door. In the
there's a basic pit toilet and bucket showers are taken
in the haos
blong swim. Bring your own toilet paper, bath towel
kitchen has a gas cook top and a collection of pots, dishes
and cutlery. Water is pulled from a rainwater tank and should
be OK to drink. There are well-stocked stores at Pele and
local markets three days a week.
surveyed: September 2004 by Stephen.
Last updated: January 2007 by Stephen.