Zammit on Travel - Heavenly Niyama - part 3 of 1 2 3

by Paul Zammit Cutajar Published 01/04/2015


Apart from breakfast, the evening meal at Epicure is epic. Every day there is a different theme to enjoy, from the Mediterranean to the Spice Route. After clocking up a few meals I thought it would be a good idea to visit the state-ofthe- art gym followed by a session at the super Lime Spa, both overlooking the ocean - just to keep in trim.

One fine day I came across a wedding ceremony with guests in full regalia. Apparently it is very popular with the Asians. It is, of course a mock wedding, just for the incredible photos. The couple would either have married prior to visiting Niyama or would marry legitimately on their return home. Now isn't that such a wonderful idea.

I've been to quite a few tropical destinations of this kind but there is something magical here that I cannot put my finger on.


Is it the absolute serenity; the crystal-clear turquoise seas; the impeccable grooming of the island; the overwhelming views that you'd never tire of; the flawless service; the awesome culinary delights to die for; the Nigel Pace touch? He does have that magic touch that turns an average resort, to a good resort and into an outstanding one. He has proven himself time and again.

"Why did it take me so long to visit?" I thought, kicking myself. Perhaps I was leaving the best for the last, or maybe I never wanted the dream to end.

But dreams do have a habit of re-occurring.

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