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Prior to the dinner and being such a nice day it was time for a little exercise. A walk down to the beach was on the agenda. It was very relaxing.
The Thanksgiving dinner was at 5.00pm in the Clubroom, we duly arrived on time and sat down with some other visitors. The turkey was delicious, sweet potato, salad, pumpkin pies, and just ...
... ceremony was performed by her Uncle
who was a minister. Brittany’s
husband Freddy, is from Mexico, and the vows were taken in both English and
Spanish. Their little son Jett, was
also dressed up for the occasion.
The next day
we were to attend the Memorial Service for Michael. This was going to be a very sad day. Most of the guests at the wedding were
attending along with ...
Another beautiful day temperature in the 80's. After a bacon and egg breakfast and a walk for Cassie we went to play golf. It was a good round and we saw an Alligator alongside the fifth fairway he was happy to watch us thank goodness. There were also numerous turtles basking alongside the waters edge on several of the fairways. Mick had yet another under par round. Will have to talk to ...
... had mentioned it, I thought it would be nice and I was right. This time, it was more relaxed and the Rabbi was far less radical and I didn't participate in the prayers. There were about 25 people present, as opposed to the far larger crowd in San Pedro de Laguna, Guatemala. Anyway, we had walked for 45 mins to get here, all the way where the skyscrapers are. At first, it was hard to find and nobody was there, but one of the daughters of the Rabbi came down to let us ...
... in the USA, including Harvard University, and worked at Boston City Hospital. Connections everywhere! Interestingly, although educated in USA, he was critical of former Panamanian leaders and political parties for being too agreeable to the US involvement and domination in the Canal. The history of his presidency and the rise of nationalistic Panamanian pride is very interesting. Although I did not get close enough to the monument to study it well, ...