Sea Breeze Apart Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... much less crowded Honolulu. No Americans though. Just lots of Scandinavians. A modern tourist getaway. Glad it's off season. Might look like a Vegas crowd otherwise. Jumped a bus to the centre of town to check out a castle. Overhead three Russian Migs flying towards the Syrian border only minutes away by fighter jet. A real paradox to the vacation below. Bad day to be walking around ...
... conversation regarding the quantity. Don't want this to break out into open warfare. The Swedes and Croatians have no love for the Germans, long memories from past wars. Ivan chalks another one up to his long experience - and now only twelve days to go, we help him count down each night. He will disembark in Barcelona, just a one hour flight to Croatia. Lots of laughs after dinner, with many cheese jokes. Fortunately we all see the humour in this. What is next? Death by ...
... Marina, bringing up ice cream for Jacques, and turkish coffee for the two of us to have with our GM and Brandy. Another very wonderful day and evening onboard the Lady Milena. "Here's to us, and how blessed I feel to have friends, and adventures with Jacques, Marina and Milena" -- as I raised my glass toward honoring these two cherished friends. "Cheers, Robin.... to next year...Biarritz and St Emblon!" as she, too raised ...
... with the car, just as Marina and I were getting ready for cocktail hour -- this must mean the Captain is thirsty. We had one bottle of champagne left, so Jacques was going to "saber open" for me. He did not have a saber, but he did have Marina's 200EURO butcher knife..... "no problem for me...!" Jacques said proudly "there is a problem for me! You have my very expensive knife! You are NOT going to use that!" Marina softly shouted. "Jacques? Have you ever saber ...
... can not get that close to a submarine, military or otherwise. Before we knew it, we were back in the Marmaris area, at the far Western end of Pupa bay. This would be my last anchorage for this year... so I already felt the tears roll down my cheeks for a little bit of sadness, and an over abundance of gratefulness. How blessed I am to be able to truly enjoy this beautiful boat, and all the adventures she shares with me each year. Like Jacques and Marina .. this ...