The Summit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... because I rightly sensed that something both bad and funny was going to happen. I was not disappointed. As soon as the jets on the aircraft roared into life the woman was blown off her feet. The only thing which stopped me from getting the photo of the century and the woman from getting killed was the very quick thinking lad to her left. He grabbed her around the waist and held on to her. My photo shows her just after her feet ...
... people were taking of their slogan. But they certainly made an impact. And then, would you believe it, they were followed nearly immediately by the Heineken girls. Ooo La La all dressed in tight skirts posing as air hostesses promoting the sponsors beer. Now what can you say about that? (Hope you like both the photos).
So as for the races themselves, we decided to take our little dinghy out to sea to where the start of the race was. Always the most ...
... exception of San Francisco in the 60’s; and flower power; and all that stuff; where you get invited to someone’s house.... asked to take you shoes off on arrival.... sit in a circle..... watch as they prepare the musical instruments.... in this case an African Djemba drum...... then an African type of xylophone, ( that’s the one all made completely out of wood)..... And Oh yes! The accompaniment of the ethereal music which was ...
... cannons in a commanding position jutting out between Great Bay and Little Bay.
Making our way back north to Orient Bay, we stopped en route at a local grocery store. Fresh fruit was on our list, but one look at a package of apples marked 2.50 convinced us otherwise. ...
... for me before I left – the best kind of souvenier.
Laurent and I had made 9:00 dinner plans, so I met him right on time at the lolos. After greeting, the first thing he said to me was ‘what did you do to your hair?’ I don’t think he meant it in a bad way, it didn’t seem like it at least; language barrier I thought to myself, but regardless, I said ‘something different.’ We caught up on our last ...