Sand Point Marina RV Resort
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... at The Island Inn Hotel and had a lovely meal in town in a place called Mudshark which hand craft its own beers. Its is generally really hot here and dread to think how hot it gets in the summer. This is also a place that blatantly Arizonians visit for a holiday. Its like Brummies going to Devon, or the equivilent of. I would strongly recommend this place for a holiday or even living place. Its truely beautiful. It looks like a lot of money ...
... size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We came here to relax in the sun & relax we did! No running around to see the sights, no hiking, we didn't even get our kayaks out! We've been here before & will probably be back again so we just chilled out before our final leg of this trip - only 2,500km to home!!
... reunion colors needed this summer!
The festival behind us, on Monday we turned our thoughts to hiking the challenging slot canyon nearby, Sara's Crack. We left Mom behind and most of our gang headed for the hike site; we were a bit dismayed to find the ladder missing that usually helps us down the slide, but undeterred we slid down on our ...
... Blvd. This is the section that boasts many of the trendy restaurants and bars in Havasu. There were several that looked interesting but the only one that stood out was the Mexican cantina that is largely an outdoor space with numerous colourful shelters – like a Mexican market. Here you could get $1.00 beers during lunch and happy hour. I had read about a sandwich shop that the locals like and we ...
... really hurt! Standing on top of the rocks was insane, some people managed to get pretty high, I'm pretty accident prone so didn't go too high. But the view goes on for miles and miles, a completely unique place. After having a wander and taking photos, we jumped back in the van to headed to Lake Havasu, where we would be staying for the night. After a few more hours of driving, the van livens up a bit and we all get talking. One guy we have met, who we all call Mr Sweden, ...