Travel Blogs from Chandigarh
... been into a Shop & Stop, he was amazed!), the stew and first mate are given full responsibility and control of the boat until a new crew is recruited. Andy is now leaving too, so it's almost a full crew that we (or I) need.
A boat credit card is now made out in my name and I am responsible for recruiting a new crew, which of course is very beneficial. I am grateful for the trust Harvey and Dee have invested in me, ...
... on the island...spent about three hours on the tour...when that was over we did some site-seeing on our own, had dinner and hopped on the early evening ferry in hopes of getting in a wee bit earlier so we'll have enough energy for yet another long day, LOL. Whew ...
... docks to view and decided we would dine on a mexican-based seafood treat we love - the fish taco.
We had been enticed the previous day by Diego's which was on the waterfront and decided to give them a try. We were not extremely hungry, so we complimented our Margaritas with the "Made to Order" guacamole - which was good. We then decided to ...
... to sample the raw bar offerings paying careful attention to the Local Oysters.
This night we both enjoyed the Malpeque Oysters from Prince Edward Island, Canada. These crisp oysters are very tender with a nice balance of brininess and sweetness. My safety oyster tonight was a Connecticut Blue Point. The Blue Points have s have a fresh, crisp, ...
... for the actual wedding. There was a pre-wedding breakfast buffet in the basement of the Gujranwala. Soon after Ruben arrived and there was a ritualistic exchange of scarfs between family members. He was dressed in white and red traditional Indian clothes; he had a big sword and awesome gold turny uppy toe shoes! He had a red turban with a curtain of beads hanging in front of his face which would remain until after the ceremony. Once ...
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