Lakeview Manor Club
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Marilyn and I swim out. Immediately my right calf cramps from the fin motion and I fear I am done for. I relax and the cramp calms but it is on my mind. I am with Cayla at the moment and we make eye contact as I am telling her how beautiful she is. We swim a bit and she is gone. Gumbay takes over our encounter. I begin my dive experiments. I go under and he follows. I swim for awhile underwater and he aligns himself with me - I stroke his side as we swim. ...
... part of the tour (we found out at dinner, friends who were on a similar tour earlier, were told the same). The beach was a specular sight. Kite surfers were soaring high, the ocean was crystal clear with layers of greens & blues, the sand was white powder. We found ourselves reminiscing about the beaches we left behind in Western Australia.
After 1/2hr or so, we were dropped off for an hour of shopping ...
... fantastic schools of colourful fish.......purple, dark blue, light sky blue, black, yellow stripped and lots of coral ( some of which are very dangerous) a marvelous experience. Back on board for the sail back to port, some happy snaps and back on shore... We walk around the markets and buy a couple of little things.... Before the bus trip back to the ship. More relaxing is in order, some lunch, then ...
... jar prominently displayed between the seats...hint hint. No idea what this run to the over priced grocery store will cost but have to eat so off we go packed in like sardines in a rusty white can with wheels where the tires are so bald the we squeal as we make the turns on two wheels. The ride back was even more fun, picture 9 sardines with groceries.... and one passenger shouts out "who wants to stop for Kentucky Fried Chicken?". No answer from the sweaty passengers ...
... The marketplace is across our hotel in the marina. HUGE yachts, many shops and bars/restaurants. There were so many people dancing and drinking having a great time in the tropics. It rained for about 4 hours on Saturday so we all took a nap then woke up to cool temperatures and sunny skies. We spent a few hours in the ocean and pool then we had dinner at Agave which is a seafood Mexican restaurant. It was fair but, the wine was ...
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