The Meridian Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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Arriving in Provo it was perfectly warm. Absolutely perfectly warm except it was windy. I was met at the airport terminal by Liza and Tony was waiting for us at the bar a few hundred feet away.
Provo is nice. Its a bit posh. Lots of US and UK money gets spent there. So the shops are shiny and lots of things are expensive. Luckily the locals have their own eateries where the food is good and cheap.
... br> At 6 PM, I dragged myself to the shower. My head was killing me and my stomach was still upset. I don't even know how I managed to dress and walk to our meeting spot. At dinner, I ordered the Mahi Mahi but couldn't bring myself to eat it. Don was mad. Really MAD. I know the alcohol didn't help - but I still think I would have been as sick due to the heat exhaustion.
Let's just say, it wasn't the best day I've had at Beaches!
... was very helpful. They have top loader and a dryer. Was a very long morning on my own. It is so hot here, that one does not really want to venture outside. John came back at about 1.30 pm and we had a salad for lunch and then took a walk down to the sea (about 20 mins). Was really beautiful. We saw horse riders with their horses in the sea. In the evening we went out to a restaurant called Tiki Hut which ...
... the fact that she was enjoying her cocktail and the relaxing day at Club Med and that she didn't get to have her burger and beer.
That is the life of a kiter/windsurfer/sailor. Always looking for the wind and planning other activities around when the wind may come. Luckily when there is no wind, there is still fun stuff to do: snorkeling, diving (haven't done that here yet and don't know if we will), and I quite enjoy ...
... he was not. He sort of implied that I was going to be kiting like that. =)
As the Atebeyra sailboat passed by on its daily sunset charter, I was able to capture a picture of both kites and the Atebeyra. It was an interesting marriage of old and new technology. The Atebeyra is a rather awesome looking wooden barge sloop which actually served as a rum runner, freigher and a home for the captain/owner/builder David and his family. He ...