The Seagate Hotel & Spa
Travel Blogs from Delray Beach
... fairness to me, her view was, without me in her way, of a rusting and quite ugly oil and gasoline tank farm and industrial complex.
“Yes; you are very rude,” she said. As evidenced by nods, her companion obviously agreed.
I slid over near to a post which was the best I could do. She was obviously not pleased that I had failed to completely leave the area but, the post was not going to move so I felt that her view would not be ...
... manoeuver to bring the sail boat back to its pontoon. The others went for a little swim in the nearby swimming pool, but I took the bus all the way to Karen's.
Once "home" I took a good shower, and now I just sit back and relax and think back at this wonderful day!
Tonight its Keatyn's birthday party. Karen and Manu just returned from a paddle boat day and once they are ready we are going to have a nice evening out!
... my 7.5-week trip by meeting my friend Craig in the Caribbean for 2.5 weeks.
This is my fifth and final round of world travel since leaving my job in late March. I decided to take 10 months between jobs to further explore the planet. We just don’t get many chances in life to head out for an extended period of travel unencumbered by work responsibilities. So I’ve taken full advantage of this opportunity.
I’ve had quite a run ...
... speed limit, but not game to keep up with the higher.
We do a detour to Montezuma's Castle, an Anasazi relic, but it is a long, unsignposted distance from the main road, and when we get there can’t find parking, so don’t stop, and head on toward Phoenix, as we no longer have plenty of time to waste. Countryside is reasonably green, but by the time we go through Black Canyon City it’s quite dry, much hotter (27 degrees C) and cactus starts ...
... it looked before I unpacked. It looks nothing like that now.
First impressions? It felt a little bit small for such a large amount of money. Thank God for divorce so I didn’t have to share it with anyone!
The veranda was a last minute present to myself, where I am now sat watching the white horses scudding past, well, more frisky little ponies really. The Equinox is so big that you have no sense of movement at all.
I have been given a ...