Emily Moon River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... but it seems that tubing down white water was in the wedding vows!
We went to the local hotel bar for dinner. Actually it was very nice - sat at the bar and watched rugby then had grilled hake - first fish since we have been here and I'm sure it won't be the last.
So, looking forward, kind of, to another adventure tomorrow - and if I survive, Jerry will shortly discover that shopping for 'clutter' and sparkly things is included in HIS wedding ...
... this isn't something that worries me but last time he stole my glasses off of my face so I'm wary. Next thing I know he's jumping at my face with his teeth bared. This, my friends, is Joey. I step back and he goes for the food. I do the usual thing of clapping and telling him to get away just like I would with Harry* but he doesn't care. He's tipped out all the food on the floor, which is extremely annoying, and I go to get it back but he's climbing up the cage, jumping at ...
... We arrived at the bridges quite late in the afternoon, the place was nearly empty and the late afternoon light was beautiful. On the other side of the bridge is a path which leads up to a view point. As we had already hiked for nearly over 5 h all in all, we decided not to climb it. I am sure it is beautiful.
On the way home we stopped in the park by one of the benches overlooking the Indian Ocean and enjoyed the sunset whilst having a beer. Just perfect.
... waves James couldn’t wait to get in to the water. The sea was cold but it didn’t stop James he spent 3 hours jumping in and out of the water.
We had a great week – did lots of animal things – went to snake sanctuary which was so good – owner who took us round was brilliant – we were hooked. Never tought I would have a Burmese python round my neck. Went to birds of Eden, where Nick was centre ...
... forward and sat about five feet from the edge. They wrapped a cushion around his ankles and then straps that the bungee would attach to around the cushion in a cross. The actual bungee is made up of thousands of cylindrical rubber bands. As they picked Lew up and shuffled him to the edge, the crew member that would attach the bungee peeled off a couple pieces of the rubber, threw them in the air, and just shrugged at Lew. Lew knew ...