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Travel Blogs from Tamarin
... aswell as last nights live entertainment videos cannot be shared, well not until I get them down loaded...thank heaven for cellphone cameras...I have spent the last hour trying all the Mcguyver tricks I know plus all those suggested online without success...We miss all our family and friends and think of you all often when we see something that you might enjoy. The most dramatic event of today was horse racing and ...
... perfectly great with balance and paddling. But as soon as we entered the choppy part where the river meets the water, boom…into the river I fell.
I struggled to get up. Finally I did it and we went through the waves. He encouraged me to come back for a sunset ride because he wouldn’t be there on Sunday. I said I didn’t know but I would hang out on the beach for a few hours and see what would happen.
Leaving the hotel, I went to find lunch and ...
... and soft onions, I was a bit nervous that she was going to bring me out an omelet covered in them.
I was pleasantly surprised that there were no onions. But neither was cheese or peppers. It was a scrambled egg folded over on . Oh well.
After my breakfast of coffee, bread, cheese, and eggs, I was full. I sat on the porch reading until I was informed that the taxi was here.
Off we went.
I am currently on the west coast. We went to the east, up in ...
... bells chiming in the distance and the town nestled against a mountain across the river. It was the definition of serenity.
The woman running the place explained that there was a hotel on the beach and I could eat there for dinner. She said that there was a taxi available if I wanted to have a south tour for a reasonable amount. Since I only had a few days here and I felt guilty for not doing anything travel related in the North, she called the ...
... same either.
Hopefully I’ll sleep tonight. We’ll have services tomorrow afternoon at 2:30, and I will give a message on the necessity of “Being Prepared” for the Feast, drawing on the analogy of BP (Baden Powell, founder of the Scout Movement) whose motto was not British Petroleum” – another “BP”– but “Be Prepared” !
Hope you all are. I certainly am! It’s been a pleasure talking to ...