Fairfield Inn & Suites Palm Beach
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... amazing. With her interior art background, she has done such a good job with small spaces.. We had a good short visit and then on we mosied.
We got to our camping spot just at dusk and did not really see our environs until the next morning. Made an excellent chicken curry for dinner and settled into another Baseball History DVD.
On Saturdays Jeremy takes Mikey and Coco to an indoor play centre so we decided to go along. Dad came with us and Mum and Katie went to the markets.
When we got to the centre we had a cookie beforehand (just to give us energy) and then we went in. Unfortunately we were too old and the lady wouldn't let us in. So, instead of that we went to a playground and ran around outside.
It was pretty ...
... buffet. I met some really lovely and very interesting people from South Africa, Singapore, India, Australia, America and so on. There was a great mixture of people. I even found some Northeners propping up the bar after everyone had left, so naturally I joined them. They happened to have studied at Liverpool University and we discussed what a great Northern word 'mither' was. Also the SA guy I met, called Kevin, used ...
... and pleading for help again. Two fish on! Caleb and Rufio bounded to the stern, with me following suit to help Michael with the teasers. It was immediately evident that whatever Rufio had on his line was giving him much more trouble than the first dolphin. After 10 minutes of watching both very athletically fit young men struggle with their catches, I trembled with excitement. Could we have not one, but two of our elusive sailfish on the ...
... hospital right away, which happens to be in Key West. So, the U.S. coast guard was contacted and sent a helicopter to pick her up. They made an announcement that no one was allowed on the back decks of the ship and they were cleared of all deck furniture. The ship didn’t even slow down and the helicopter came up and dropped down a stretcher and lifted her up. I saw the helicopter outside my cabin window but also watched it from a bird’s eye view on my ...