BEST WESTERN Inn On The Bay
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... room for a week; my important letter is missing in post; my phone is acting up; I may or may not be getting ill. I stumble around in the dark cavern of my brain much as my tired body fights against the destructive, frozen wind. But at least the sun is shining right now. There will be a time I will feel normal again; my body will finally be wholly warm and my fretful brain will at last be happy, satiated with healthy ...
... to convey? I said to her. A huge smile lit up her face for she had watched the whole encounter. That was rather funny, wasn't it? She laughed. So, after hours. These are the hours that guests either come out to play or try to get some sleep; and the fractious duel between these two opposite desires plays out in the corridors and phone wires of the hotel. Anxious parents call urgently down to the desk, requesting room moves as there are students ...
... trick is to use the metal crampons on the sole of the shoe to dig in, sort of like climbing- but coming from several sessions of skiing, the urge to glide, to skate to the bottom of the hills was hard to resist. I had a few near tumbles: other people were going awol from the track, rolling around in dark glades of untouched powder. Everywhere emaciated trees reached for the purple sky laced with grey snow clouds. People kept yelping, claiming to have seen the footprints of bears and ...
... she met her husband-to-be in this place and they have often come back for holidays over the years of their courtship, even though they live in Europe now. This got me talking to one of my housemates this morning about people who date or marry their co-workers; and married couples who work for the same organisation. A lot of this sort of thing seems to go on at the Mountain. I think it would drive me crazy to not have a professional life that was entirely separate, all my ...
... home the difference between what it means to be in one's early twenties; and what it means to have already crossed the twenty-five rubicon. I am prone to the odd mood of deliriously high spirits still, but these are becoming less frequent and increasingly they find a more mature outlet- hello bubble baths, hello glasses of wine in dim rooms, hello topical lectures attended for pleasure. I can make endless jokes as I often use humour as a defence mechanism, but rather than ...