Sherwood Greenwood Resort
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... Some had marshmallows to toast. The kids loved that! Others had their kebabs on a metal skewer. They grilled in a jiffy and were pulled off into a loaf of bread. Fast food! We did wonder whether they would be tainted as there was a slight whiff of paraffin at the flame.
It was full moon so we didn't really need our torches but I used mine to highlight and avoid the odd slippery rock as I wobbled down. Earlier we ...
... to drive me to Mount Chimaera to see the Eternal Flames of the Chimera, natural gas flames that have been coming out of the mountain for centuries. It's best to go at night, so the flames are visible. The hike up is a broken road, climbing small boulders and gravel. He tried holding my hand to help me, but it got too awkward! I don' t need your hand! Plus it's flat now! Why are you still holding it? The heck? We used our phones to see the path ...
Oh man. On the bus to Antalya, the woman next to be was viscous with sick. Her fluids seeped into me and I partook in a Turkish flu. Feverish, headache, coughing. I went to Antalya for a day - I was going to stay for three but one was enough. I stumbled around in 106 degree weather before giving in to bed. My hotel was a creaky old ...
... dark for 40 minutes we arrived at the site,were given torches and told to walk up the mountain for 20 minutes. Like doing the thousand steps without the well formed steps and in the dark. When we arrived the flames, although an interesting phenomenon were a bit like sitting around campfires. Still, glad we saw it.
Received more sad news. Our beautiful pet pooch, Ziggy has passed away. The house won't be the same without her.
... been a
change in the voice of Tue, from what can be termed as a monotonous, yet mildly amusing voice, now possesses a somewhat maniacal happiness, a mood resembling the main character of the Smash Hit “A Clockwork Orange”.
(The ability to reference and more or less steal plot points and characters from
other movies is another great thing about writing a screenplay for a movie that will never be made)
“Ha ha, I ...