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This morning when we went to breakfast I was not feeling well. I had some nauseau and found it very hard to swallow. I got ready for the day because we were headed down the coast to another seaside town. Our route rap showed some beautiful rolling hills along the coast then a climb to head back down. We started out and I was feeling a little better. Once we started some climbing a few miles in a had to stop because I felt so thirsty. Once I drank ...
... of how the sand dunes were formed. It was such a peaceful way to end the day. Back at the hotel we enjoyed a special Christmas eve dinner prepared for us. We enjoyed salmon appetizer, lobster soup, cod for me, duck for martin and delicious gingerbread and ice cream. We shared dinner and wine with Roy and Billie. They own a home in Lake Toxaway NC in the area near Highlands. It was a lovely ...
Our day begins early as we trek our luggage down to Hotel Reina Isabelle to meet our guides. It is easy to spot our group wearing lots of biking gear. We have 21 bikers mostly from the east coast. This includes three families, two single women and four couples. We have a 50 minute bus trip to the south of the island to begin our ride. We arrive in Tejada for a lunch at a quant pub. This is our first meal featuring platters of salad, olives, cheese, ...
... and croquettes. We spent time just sitting watching the waves and enjoying the views. We chose a dinner spot and split a delicious Paella for two. It was early to bed after walking over 9 miles up and down. We have packed and laid out our outfits to start our biking ...
... the first six years of my life "deep in the heart of Texas" as the song goes, born a stone’s throw from Texas A&M and still a secret Aggies sympathizer.]
So the little improbable idea that grew so tenaciously is now a dizzying reality. I will sail back across the ocean. The wind and water will bring me the slow way home.
Scott, our inspiring Texan captain and the owner of the boat, had set out a couple of weeks ago ...