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... seasickness. Let's just hope we can continue our success. Maya has been able to help relieve Dave and I from the helm for 2-3 hours a day. This allows us to sneak in a cat nap or take a break thus still within shouting distance. She always has one of us checking in with her now and then. Its a big responsibility and she takes it very seriously.
By late afternoon we saw four story condos and luxury hotels rise from the sea marking the west entrance ...
... are trying to decide if we should rent a car, a scooter or bicycles. I think we will start with a car. What do you think Brian is lobbying for, despite a HUGE bag of kite gear we would need to haul around??? Yes, a scooter. He actually wanted us to rent a scooter to take us to the hotel! We did take a shuttle so not to worry - that is how we arrived safely to our place from the airport!
... had the pork tenderloin (very good).
By the time dessert came, I was stuffed but we tried three, truffle, cahoa and pain perdue. The pain perdue was good but the plate came with red powder on it and it looked unappetizing. The cohoa was a French parfait which none of us liked, and the truffle was basically little pieces of chocolate in a thin pudding. The flavor was good.
... to get to the hotel. I booked a nice place on Grace Bay beach. After staying in some really low level places on the RTW flight, I’m determined to enjoy myself when I can. 60 minutes after landing I was at the beach bar, starting my way through the list of drinks with little umbrellas. In Seattle this time of year, drinks come with little gore-tex parkas.
I’m here for three nights and intend to make the most of the fine weather and fine ...
... arrived at the beach, and after adjusting my bag so it wouldn't get wet, we charged into the ocean. Seuss was all for it, and in a short time was up to his neck in the sea. Needless to say, everything up to my waist was soaking wet. The horses loved it - snorting and snuffling at the salty water, they didn't want to leave. We swum along for a bit, and then after going down a long stretch of beach, we decided to dry off a bit. The water, although ...