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... for me! I will write you all about Iran from there. It has been 10 years since I went back, I hope the country is ready for me!
A little late, but I hope this message brings you few smiles and laughters. I wish you all a very prosperous new year. I hope some if not all of your dreams come true. I know mine has and will continue doing so. You are all in my thoughts. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you and to those who are no longer with us.
... property on the quiet side of the Isla Macure. Very simple (basic) but with a beautiful location. The island was a strange mix of a big (but virtually empty) resort, our place and a small village that was a world away from tourism. Once the tour boats left we had the beach and the clear blue water to ourselves.
Now a change of direction, heading inland, but still with a watery theme. Two large river systems flow down from the mountains to the coast across a vast ...
... a hot cup too, it was really really good, very smooth , almost was like drinking hot coco…but with coffee flavor instead.
Rodger helped us to transfer our luggage to his car and we were off up the mountain. The roads were narrow and limestone making for slow careful driving and lots of beeping around the blind corners. There were several houses and some small shops along the roadside. Driving up had a very close community feel and it seemed that most ...
... I had in bucket loads – all they had to do was ask and I would provide plenty more where that came from! Sadly, nobody asked for more during the whole of the day, so no, ‘Love Actually’ experience for me!!!
We had lunch in a river side restaurant that was most pleasing. We both sampled the local brew (Freshwater Beer) and I had Cajun Gumbo as a starter and tilapia – blackened – with fries as a main. Both were excellent. The gumbo is ...
... Each experience feels a bit like prom. It makes me laugh. THINGS I'VE LEARNED FROM THE HALF-WAY MARK: · I will be signing up for Jeopardy as soon as September rolls around. "Slavery and Plantation in the Caribbean, Alex...? How much time do you have? I may need a couple of screens to write my answer." · I spent six hours transcribing a 45-minute interview on Friday after an instructor requested that we do so. This week, she indicated that she didn't need it ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center