Mamba Point Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... mediocre, honestly. But the buildings were not! I have some pictures, but they honestly don't capture how awesomely "European" I felt walking down those winding, cobblestone streets in the rainy, overcast weather in search of the building whose spire we spotted from a few streets away. And then we found it, that spire and the magnificent building attached. We found a beautiful cathedral as well as a square surrounded by ...
... by BBQ and fireworks. For myself, there was always the traditional morning devotional at the Church with the flag ceremony, pancake breakfast and then family or ward BBQ and picnic with baseball games and such. Fireworks in the evening somewhere!
The four of us had a grand time just chatting. I was asking some U.S. trivia questions during dinner and then was suggesting we could watch Johnny Tremain. Elder Heszeltine had his computer ...
... to read music, how to conduct and all of those ins and outs. She is extremely protective and supportive of me...she calls me her teacher...too cute. If people in the choir are talking while I am talking she snaps and calls them out and shuts them up fast. While that is not my style, it keeps them focused. She told everyone that the District was going to bring in a specialist and pay them to teach people how to read music and play the piano but I am doing it for free...that I have ...
Recipe of the week
Ryan and I both love coconut milk and almond milk and neither of us use dairy. The only problem is...no one sells either one here! So I have been making my own from scratch...almond milk and fresh coconut milk. It is super easy, delicious and rich in nutrients and healthy fats. The mature coconuts are so plentiful here and Ryan can get them really cheap when he goes to a certain place for work every two weeks. I have included ...
... some sticky willow (which wouldn’t let go of my skin) while looking for my morning bush toilet spot, I’m looking a bit worse for wear.
As we’re heading South back towards the coast the humidity is slowly creeping back up. We spent the last few days in a tiny fishing village called Marshall. Unfortunately the Eco Lodge they stayed at last time which had showers and internet was closed so we ended up on another ...