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A: This is a common complaint about among single holidaymakers and travellers. Hotels frequently charge single supplements in an effort to maximise their revenues per hotel room. However, things are improving and holiday companies such as Thomson Holidays For One and Thomas Cook Singles Skiing are starting to offer better deals for solo travelers.

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Thai M. says:
"The strong smell of sulphor from the volcano is very similar to that of rotten eggs. It takes some getting used to, but you do soon enough. The fee was $5 USD per person and you're given your own personal guide. After paying, you drive through and over the bridge of the actual volcano and park. From there, our guide told us the history of the site and pointed out all of the interesting features we shouldn't miss. We also had the opportunity to feel how warm the water is from the creek that runs through it. She was great. An interesting fact, visitors used to be allowed down to the actual volcano itself until one of the guides was showing off and had fallen through. His name was Gabriel. He was burned pretty badly up to his waist. The hole he ended up creating had since grown substantially and still bubbles from the heat today. It's now called Gabriel's hole. And he's since retired and lives in Soufriere and has had kids. So I guess he made off okay. We concluded our volcano visit with a quick stop at the vendors at the gates where bought our kids some necklaces made of volcanic rock."
Sarah says:
"Amazing place but the stench of sulphur (just like rotten eggs) is overpowering! Be warned!"

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