Emeraude Beach Attitude
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- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... Well…that plan completely failed when Jeremy, who lives across the hall from me, came darting out of his room in his boxer briefs chasing me while I am in a full sprint down the hallway. I took a turn really fast and my flip-flops slipped from underneath me, I fell to the ground and he “killed” me with a sock.
Final thoughts: I am ready for round two of assassins now…
... animals. Never forget Hwange NP where we had hundreds of Elephants scrambling for a water hole, or Chobe NP with heaps on Hippos, Lions, Leopard, Elephants and Buffalo amongst others. Weather wise, I hardly saw a cloud before Zanzibar with the exception of Cape Town where it poured. While we have been in the tropics, we have been on a plateau so we mostly had nice days and cool nights. We did have a bit of rain on the last leg with the short rain season coming early. The only ...
... six...in the last few years.
Upon awakening, I began to consider all the things for which I am thankful this year. There are many.
I am thankful for my son and my daughter. They have held me close to their hearts during this most trying year of my life--and theirs.We are closer now than we have ever been. I love them more than they can know. Their partner and husband have been equally caring. The rest of my Russell family has rallied around me with no concession ...
... all the way over here for a brief visit. He asked me several questions and watched closely to see if I really understood or not.
France is doing well and is looking forward eagerly to the Feast of Tabernacles. We talked about his health, about children and how nice it is when they visit, about the upcoming festival, and along the way I made sure all the church mail was reaching him in a timely manner. It was a pleasant visit, though we ...
... bright blue sky! Tim and I went for a little explore, as did Mario. We ended up right at the edge of a large drop with amazing views, and when we got back Mario had picked us lots of Guava which were very tasty, yellow red and green! Then it was lunch time, we had been very preapred and brought it all with us, enough for 4 - not bad i dont think! The next stop was Black River Gorge which was amazing, You make your way through windy little roads in ...