Sheraton Pilar Hotel & Convention Center
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... he zoomed off, leaving me on the side of the road. I rang the bell. I rang it again. No answer. I was slightly early, but it looked like the heavens would open at any minute and I wanted in. I felt filthy, and my teeth tasted gritty from lack of brushing on the plane. I continued ringing, and suddenly I saw a young woman about my age approach. She smiled, opened the door, and welcomed me. About thirty seconds later, her partner rode up on a bicycle. ...
What a day, my legs are about to fall off I think. Busy going one place to the next today. First I was in the food deposit, were I sorted some food donations and came up with 3 boxes of crackers. I was amazing at how many crackers there were, and yesterday there was lots of sugar (about 30kg). Then I dashed to one of the house for 2 hours and came back relaxed for abit before going off again. Now that I have ...
... streets, looks like Town Hall just 1000 times bigger. Every street is a 4- 15 one way street. We walk towards the loud noises and the cloud of smoke. It looks like a parade of some sort. As we get closer what looked like the Mardi Gra ended up to be a Mardi Grass. It looked like Nimbin invited 5000 of their friends. Everyone walking through the street smoking doobies and bongs. Everyone in their own world singing and dancing. Pretty sure I saw "Salty Rain". Shaun ...
Today is one of those wonderful days at sea when there is nothing to really do. We slept in, had breakfast then Marion and I headed to the stitching group. We were each given a needlepoint kit to do. I had much difficulty as I couldn't see well enough to do it! Following that we went to hear the captain speak about piracy as he was captain of the nautica which was attacked by Somali pirates in 2008( I think) After the stitch class Marion was again feeling unwell and wondering about ...
... them to suit your taste and the menu. Starting off with a glass of sparkling from Patagonia and an appetiser of smoky bacon, pineapple and olive (sounds like it wouldn't work but it does!) we knew we knew we were in for a special night.
The first two courses were a cold pea soup and chicken spring roll, with accompanying wines of Torrentes and a Semillon Sauvignon Blanc both which were from the Uco Valley which at over 2000 metres are some of the highest ...