Hotel La Nera
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... gradually when we hit Lyon. Leave it to Christine to find out all of the gossip - even on the beach. She walked ahead today and out of the bushes jumped two men dressed in black onto the beach. They peered around and then ran back into the bushes. A fellow came jogging along the beach shortly after and filled Christine on what was going on. There have been some squatters on the land along this beach for a while and today is the ...
It's funny what happens when you least expect it. We drove into La Foa tomorrow to peek at their Saturday market. We knew it was not big but figured we would stop by en route to the beach. Caleb and I got bored with the market so went to throw the ball at the park next door. The ball went to far at one point and I noticed when I got to it that there were cars lining up to enter some sort of event - I could not see the sign fully ...
... mentioned the "sex" word. MDW said her stomach turned at the image that came to her mind. Had a very nice dinner where there was very good singing by the waiters. This is a nightly event, something we always look forward to. We caught up with WW, WT and Ms Mill in the casino area, WW introduced us to fellow Welsh immigrants, Neil and Chris. We started discussing our rooms and costs when WW told us how Neil and Chris have been on ...
... beach. From the
distance, a circle of women stood cutting tropical fruit such as
papaya, pineapple, watermelon, and mangoes. Locals were running to
and from the makeshift huts, their whole aim seemed to be, to please
our group. Other women in bright colored dresses were fashioning palm
hats matched with bright petals of gorgeous flowers. The woven
palm hats, and fruit were free and some people dropped a few US
dollars in an empty basket as ...
... lived, we unpacked our stuff and made ourselves comfortable. I decided to walk down the beach and, upon realizing after 1 hour and a half that I might not reach the extremity so soon, I decided to walk back. Throughout, I saw the few wind surfers brave enough to go out under the cold weather (we’re in the tropics – remember it’s supposed to be hot). The wind was singing and it was certainly fun for those who went out to ...