Hotel Les Orchidees
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... in similar accommodation was how many people are sitting on the wifi with their tablets all day by the pool. The sadder part is that it looks like people are doing real work, or checking work emails, working on spreadsheets at dinner etc. I wonder how much of a holiday they are really having/enjoying. Luckily we don't have that problem. After arriving it was straight down to the beach. As always the water was ...
... their ivory bellies hanging out the front of their speedos and the women in bikinis. I’m not sure the point of wearing that little of clothes when it wasn’t that hot and they don’t plan on getting a tan or why they spend so much money coming to a tropical island to sit under a tree. I remain mystified.
After a few hours lying out, I was hungry.
I went back to the hotel, took a shower, put on a dress, and went to this seaside restaurant. ...
By the end of the afternoon it was time to drive down south to the Prodigue’s home for our NTBMO meal and evening. The ten of us enjoyed the cool evening breeze (but not the mosquitos – they put out some repellents) and talked about many things: greetings from many people, my trip so far, news of people they knew from previous visits, fall festival plans, news from the work of our Church association, ...
... for friends who have tried to help me find a new church home even though that has not happened yet.
I am thankful that the Chiefs don't disappoint me this year. They have already surpassed my expectations.
I am thankful for the internet and the fact that you can access it even on an island without electric lines in Namibia and how it allows me to stay in touch and share and communicate and keep up with work so that I am not overwhelmed upon my return.
- Would my fiancÚ approve of this trip as a suitable honeymoon?
- Are mealtimes preceded by eager excitement or nervously trepidation?
- Is the trip characterised by more go-than-stop, or stop-than-go?
- Do the locals represent curious oddities or friends not-yet-made?
We’ll conclude with a definition that is credited to Keith: ...