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... nature. We both guzzled bottles of icy cold water before having a closer look at the lake. Three turtles were swimming very close to the edge where we were standing, hoping that their cuteness would entice us to feed them even though the large signs nearby clearly stated they were not to be fed! One of the original colonial homes were also on the site - it now housed a tea museum. As the morning was speeding by, we headed off to the closest train station, ...
... Attached to this posting is a photo of Dawn Kaiser from South Africa. We became friends during the tournament. She is 76 years old but had to play down in the 70+ division because there weren't enough entries in her age category. She was the oldest woman in the tournament. We shared a cab together one day going from one club to the other. I would like to get Ruth Tan, who is also 76 and in my women's league in Kingston, to sign up for the next ...
... br> walking done yesterday, but we hold on, and after what seems to be
eternity, we get into the ******* tram.The way up is quite funny, the
slope very stiff but it's nice to be amongst some trees, and above all,
we are finally seated.
After 5 minutes we get to the peak, and as we
bought the combo ticket,,we have access to the....SKY TERRACE, the
higher point where you have a fantastic view of the bay and ...
... later we enjoyed cocktails in the lounge before going to the Brasserie restaurant in the hotel for dinner.
Dinner was a relaxed affair.
We started with 2 glasses of Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne 2005 vintage.
Barry had a rib eye steak, while Libby had provenšale style roasted rack of lamb
We then had dessert - the famous and enormous souffle with a choice of sauces.
So ended day 1
... was great but it was a set meal of several courses, Western style. We started of with a salad followed by a vegetable soup with clams. Even Joseph drank it but left the clams alone. The next course was lobster in its shell. Joseph's share was distributed to the others. The main course was a choice of steak, lamb chops, chicken or pork skewers. Pam, Takako, and myself had the lamb, David and Joseph, the pork and Owen had the chicken. Very nice meal but I ...
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