Hotel du Golfe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... close to 15 years overseas the Waits will be a welcome addition to Sydney and I'm sure we won't be the only ones thinking that. Our list of great Sydney pastimes has been established and I can't wait to tick it off with these geezers.
To be able to spend time with great friends overseas must be one of life's great pleasures and blessings. We are truly thankful that we were able to do it with such good mates Xx
Saturday 15 August
Left the anchorage mid morning and headed for Stintino some 2 miles away where we
anchored just outside the harbour. Went in to the village for some provisioning and lunch. The village is lovely and the lunch was mediocre to say the least.
In the evening we watched a pretty spectacular thunderstorm in the distance.
Sunday 16 August
The winds today are pretty ...
... to cook and clean for us. 6.30pm showered and dressed for dinner, collected our buzzer for the dining queue and ordered a cocktail - I'm still sticking to the margaritas, on the rock with salt rimmed glass. Dined late 9ish, finished 10.30 an went to the kareoke, what a laugh, great night, Kevin sang Danny Boy with the assistance of an English man. A big Mexican man with a guocho and black moustache ...
... unbeknown to birthday boy, .........Alain the Chef had baked a birthday. cake (chocolate torte) and organised a barbecue on top deck of the boat for a celebration dinner party.
We all dressed up, Kevin with his new shirt,had a wow of time!!! With our barbecue chicken skewers, steak, we had potato rosti and
Desert......out came the birthday cake!!!!!! We asked the crew to join us for dessert.
... and Queens!! And gone out of their way to make every moment pleasurable. Even when we are swimming, Glen is down on the board on watch...just in case us "oldies" get into trouble In the deep water, .....the life ring is always put out!!!!
We had a lovely dinner at a restaurant about 500 m walk from the boat, typical French restaurant....Kevin and I had baked Guinea fowl with gnocchi. Desert was chestnut pudding, very ...