Le Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... on when we were there so, you guessed it, no tour for us. We did get lots of photos of the outside though.
The second smaller vessel on site was the Mohammedi ll, a Boom (a class of dhow). It was built in 1979 in India using authentic drawings of Mohammedi l, the largest Boom ever built at the time (1915). It was made completely of teak wood and copper. The hand carvings and detail work are impressive. It actually crossed the ocean (towed by a ...
... can really prepare you for what you discover has happened to you after doing that. The gun jumps up. There is nothing you can do about it. You might think you were gripping it hard with two hands but really, when you pull the trigger the next thing you're aware of is the gun pointing up toward the ceiling and the echo of the bang ringing in your ears.
I think it took my body and brain the first six shots to really begin ...
... What the hell am I going on about gardens for if this in response to a spate of suicide bombings and assassinations in a Middle Eastern country with a history of these things? Well, being the map maker that I am, I have nothing intelligent or knowledgeable to say about how to resolve political conflicts so must resort to symbols and metaphor in the vain hope that a soothing message will be transmitted. ...
... of experience I am finding none of this excitement and notoriety. I expect none in the future. I have written a poem (submitted as part of my application for this club!) even about how mine is a life of unerring conscientiousness. When I was deciding what to study, I had a fear that I must avoid being looked down on. That I must avoid being seen as stupid. Even if it meant I overlooked doing what I loved. What I respected others for doing. If I'd been ...
... the boat was a fairly simple little 18 footer. It had a main sail and a jib. We thought of putting the spinaker up but the captain wasn't very familiar with it and the wind didn't really warrant it anyway. We went for about 4 hours and got becalmed about 3nm off shore, it took about 20 minutes to essentially drift with the odd whisper ...