Faircity Quatermain Hotel
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... our new treasurer Britt Taylor.
We broke for a 90 minute lunch during which we enjoyed our conversations and getting caught up on news of family and friends. These conversations and the brotherhood we feel are some of the most encouraging elements of conferences like this one.
In the afternoon I gave an hour-long presentation divided into two parts: an update on the work of the ...
... corners to their one. The second half went the same way as previous games with Seaford dominating the play but just could not score! In the last 2 minutes St Johns had a break away and with their third shot on goal in the whole game they broke the deadlock to gain a lucky 1-0 win. Their coach was very complimentary on our game plan and play and said we were one of the best teams at the tournament! Our midfield players of Johann, Ferdinand and Melvin did ...
... and went to the Montecasino. We looked around and afterwards we went back to the hotel. At the hotel, Fin and I went for a swim for about an hour. We then showered and relaxed. After that we went back to Montecasino which is basically a better Grtand West, where we had supper, afterwards we relaxed and chilled. I really enjoy this place and I'm happy we're staying here for 5 days. This is an awesome trip.
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... quite high expectations. All I can say is they were met as soon as you
walk through the door you were transported to a different world set in Italy
with beautiful blue skies above you and little alleys filled with shops. The further back you went the darker the ‘sky’
became and became evening, this is where all the restaurants were and had lovely
rivers and bridges dotted around. We all
... two dramatic juts in the smooth ridge. After some lunch we made our way back down to the park entrance via some fear provoking metal step ladders that run parallel to the vertical drop of the cliff face! Intense! Once back at the hostel it was time to relax with a glass of winter warming red wine and an early night in prep of the next days horse ride - yey!!!
My horse was a little chestnut called Caiman - which is a particularly vicious type of alligator - I should ...