Hilton Garden Inn Nanuet
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... humid outside (33o C), and especially if I had not been wearing Birkenstocks (German sandals made of leather). By the time I arrived at Joyce’s place I was dripping with sweat. We then enjoyed a cool drink on her back patio where I was promptly bitten by several mosquitos within seconds of sitting down. If there was only one mosquito in all of NYC, it would have found me I am sure. After lunch I took the bus part of the way back to ...
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... someone has to keep track of it all.
Outside I spotted a bloke with a ten-pack box of Xiom rubber so I had a bit of a chat with him. It turns out that at about midday every day quite a few good players turn up to hit with each other.
Notice the big baskets of balls next to the tables. You never have to chase down a ball; you just grab another from the basket and they have staff that goes around with small butterfly nets scooping ...
... Simon now every time he comes and goes.
The heat shocked us, a blanket of wet air, wrapping us up and squeezing out our juice! There have been storms, and the humitity is very high. A wee bit of aclimatisation called for - and lots of air conditioning, when it all gets a little much.
A quick freshen up,
Where best for Pizza I said.
Is that Italian pizza? or New York Italian Pizza? I guess that is ...
... of the trip. The flights into the Galapagos Islands only allow 15 kilograms maximum which is roughly 35 pounds. That is really not a lot of luggage when you're gone as long as we're going. We just packed the essentials. I am only taking one pair of shoes. Mickell is doing the same. I am taking no long pants other than my hiking pants. We will clearly have to wash our clothes multiple times on this trip. That will be a challenge and ...