The Sandcastle Inn
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... but also other bars in the grandstand, the clubhouse, and even in the picnic area. It has three types of rum and fruit juices in what looks like a bucket you bring to the beach with a sand shovel for creating those fun sand sculptures. Its a win-win. Fill it with the rum concoction for the parents, and the kids can play with the bucket on the beach when its empty.
Speaking of families, the picnic area is a perfect way ...
... cracking thunderstorm going. the next day Liz had to go into NYC for a deposition she was part of and Chris took us 2 hours north of NY to North Fork, very picturesque wine country. tried a couple of wines, had Taco Bell for lunch (surprisingly good), checked out a factory outlet area that was enormous and got home about 7:30. Ate the last of the wings from the cookout for dinner and watched a movie together ...
Im on the bus leaving New york heading to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. today were going to independence hall and that sort of stuff and then driving for a few hours to Washington. philly was soo boring. we went to independence hall and there, we watched a twenty minute movie and as soon as the lights went out, wveryone including the teqchers fell asleep. after we went to see liberty bell and eat at reading terminal market. after we went to philly hardrock cafe and walked ...
... it was our car, but he gave up out of boredom.
At one point he asked Nick where in the UK he was from, and Nick said Nottingham.
Guy: Are you from Nottingham or Nottingham Forest?!
Nick: ....... Nottingham Forest... is a football team. I'm from Nottingham. The place.
Guy: That's in Yorkshire right?
Nick: ....... No. It's in the Midlands.
Guy: Oh right. I'm from Brixton myself.
HE WAS ENGLISH! Why was he ...
... supposedly, I get to travel to a waterfall. After the first month of that, that's GOTTA get old)
Steripen (for the cholera outbreak, and since I don't want to ALWAYS bathe in boiling water)
Snake bit kit (includes tweezers, pump and torniquet. HARDCORE!)
Antibiotics (Cipro, Amoxicillin - although EVERYONE KNOWS HOW AGAINST I AM THESE THINGS, however, given the choice between sepsis, and living another day to ...