Hotel El Kantara
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We woke around seven, MDW had a restless night. We looked outside to see we were not moving. Met Sylvia for sit down breakfast during which time the boat was fully anchored. We asked Katalin (our favourite waitress) if it was worth getting off. She didn't think so unless you wanted to go swimming or snorkelling so we have planned a quiet day on the lido deck. The Lido deck is an adults only area and today very quiet. We got a corner ...
... Gold Coast, and then go to their lovely home to get a bite to eat and get caught up on our latest and future travel adventures. Eric and I manage to fit a round of golf in at his beautiful and challenging home course while Rox and Sandra do a little site-seeing and shopping in the afternoon. Tomorrow we are off to Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island, about 200 miles up the coast from Tweed Heads. So long for ...
... his photograph. Occassionaly he would raise a shrill blow of the
whistle and the men beside him would start banging on the
reverberating surface of a tree trunk; used as a drum. Once, twice,
thrice, that shrill whistle rang, and then as if answering a
challenge, the dancers sprang into action and the non-stop dancing
The male dancers, and the boys wore
grass skirts, their faces painted with white streaks, and on ...
Gladys and her partner Fred invited us to join them in a weekend camping at the Camping de Poé, near the village of Bourail. And off we went, the 4 of us sharing two separate cabins. The cabins were Spartan with nothing more than a concrete floor, a wooden table and two wooden benches. But, they were right in front of the beach which made waking up a spectacular experience.
Upon reaching the site, after around 3 hours' drive from ...
Since leaving Dravuni Island yesterday, the ship has been travelling at top speed( about 22 to 23 knots). We are on a southwest heading. Cyclone Sandra is predicted to produce 10 metre(30 feet) sea swells as well as have winds in excess of 100 mph. It is still predicted to hit Noumea, New Caledonia on Wednesday. So we are trying to reach a distance as far south of the cyclone as we can. The only problem ...