Adrift by the Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... lighting the fire now as it takes some time to cook in the camp oven. It is very relaxing here right on the river and I am sure Ray is keen to commence fishing. Our roast dinner is underway and Ray is happily fishing by the river bank. He did not catch anything but will try again tomorrow. We saw a beautiful sunset and enjoyed a lovely roast dinner with Steve and ...
... to the same helpful lady and she asks almost in passing if have we checked ourselves out for leeches and then she adds yes you've got one on your right ankle. Initially, I think she is teasing, but then I spot it it, fat, black and happily feasting on me. And now its my turn to do the freak out dance and I rush out into the picnic area to scape the thing off with a credit card. Now the accountant part of my brain is saying `err should I be using master card or ...
... the trees there that have roots constantly in the wet mud of water (depending on the tide) have figured out how not to rot: the roots project little vertical porous "sticks" that are higher than the water, and allow them to collect fresh air. The leafs also have a salt evacuation device, one can see little salt crystals on them, so that the plant does not get poisoned. Nature has those solutions!
After this lovely garden walk I reached the hostel but before ...
I keep wondering why the Xmas decorations are out in the summer & think they have been left there from last year: in Malaysia they seem to do just that so you get used to it.
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... instructor was really cool and explained the Mojo surf rules of how to love surfing and stay safe, it all sounded like a load of euphemisms. I'm sure they went just euphemisms to the long term students. Thankfully with the help of the coach and what I like to call the "Spaz" board I managed to get off my ass and onto my feet at least. That's not after inhaling half of the sea water through my nose. To try and improve more ...