Belgrave Madison Hotel
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... Too soon after we were feeling at home in Zambia we were transported to the mysterious, alien world of Madagascar. In Madagascar just the sheer abundance of diversity was astounding, in the ocean and on land. We were blessed to see so much of what the ocean had to offer. I hope to take a away the peacefulness of their way of life. "The object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land, it is at last to set foot on ones own country as foreign land." - G.K. ...
... she would like that...and I am staying at her bungalow, she is in residential care and will need to stay there from now on. A sad time for her and all those involved and connected to her. I finally meet David, who bought her previous house and has somehow become her carer, doing shopping and so much more over these last fourteen or more years. Joyce speaks loudly ...
... the bar discussing American gun control or lack of and talking up how well we played today on a course that looks easy but is anything but that. A 95 off the stick and I was again thrilled with the way I played. Del; even walked the entire 18 holes and even had a great lunch afterwards.
I had ticked off a couple items of bucket list over the past two days and was now ready to get into the rest of the trip. Bring it on.
... and tea while we continued to try and tame the back nine.
A 92 off the stick and I know I could not have played much better. Looking forward to watching the Open there next year and reminding Del or anyone else how I played the holes.
With darkness falling we jumped in the car and headed off on the 40 minute drive to stay overnight at the Best Western Glendower Hotel at St Anne's by the Sea.
... walk with us but to get the campsite set up. A spiral monument showed us the way to the start, a plaque on the wall confirmed we needed to follow the tarmac track above the beck. Decorated railing meaning there was no way down for a thirsty dog. We crossed the stream and headed steeply to a road but didn’t cross it but instead ...