The INN at Europa Village
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... earned the ice cream and chocolate we had tonight! It was a difficult climb, but worth the view and going back down proved to be easier to run, in parts.
I feel like I'm leaving out a whole lot of stuff, but I don't have photos to jog my memory so I'll include anything next time!
Much love and stay classy xx
PS Thank you to everyone that wrote to me wishing me well and speedy recoveries and all ...
So the day started with presents (many, many thank you letters to write on Will's return) and very tuneful singing. We then jumped into the Chevvy Impala and headed down to San Diego, a little over an hour away.
We arrived in Sea World (tickets courtesy of Uncle Neil, for which many thanks) in time for a swift second course of breakfast (food rarely being far from Will's mind, these days) and then wandered straight into the first "Shamu Show" of the day. ...
... over jet lag and trying to prepare ourselves for the eventuality of returning home. The first week we were here we didn't even see the ocean. The marine layer rolled in and basically stayed, making it cloudy and misty for the most part. Our second week proved to be much nicer. The marine layer rolled back and the sun shone, bringing warmth and blue skies. Perfect. I've spent a good number of days at the beach this week. I've ...
... having a nap as i type this before we head out to the yard house (google it) for our last dinner with the family.
Dinner exceeded our expectations. We went to the yard house and when the footy is on all the appetisers and some drinks are half price. We ordered four plates of buffalo wing, chicken strips, egg roll things, lettuce wraps, tuna roll, calamari rings and a spinach and cheese dip. We ...
... Are you coming?"
Carmen and I had been together for over seven years, both in our second marriage and both with a passion for travel. The fact that I had never heard of Eluethera in my life or how to spell it didn't matter. The thought of getting on a plane and traveling to a new place had always intriqued and fascinated me. There was only one answer I could give, "When do we leave?" ...