The Resort at Port Ludlow
Travel Blogs from Port Ludlow
... Moslem, despite the extreme Westernization. We will be traveling during Ramadan (not on purpose of course, just the way it worked out), so restaurants will be closed during the day and some businesses as well. We cannot hold hands in public and that skimpy bikini is out (dang it).
... also simulators where you could be flying fighter jets, doing barrel rolls. Etc, but the way they were moving around, well, let's just say, I hadn't taken any motion sickness medication, I felt sick just looking at it!!
We did go to the I Max theatre and saw a Red Flag Exercise. Air fighter training, quite a few countries involved and of course being 3 D, made it even better. It was held in the Mohave Desert.went for ...
... and I assumed he was a high flying business man so $50 was pocket change, to repay the favour I asked if he wanted to join us at the table. He obliged, after he sat down and we got talking he failed to name drop several times saying he knew so and so, the only one I’d heard of was Carl Cox, anyway he offered to buy a few more rounds so not wanting to be rude we agreed; again we thought he had innocent intentions he was just a little eccentric. After a while we ...
... minutes later I see the second lady lean over and run her hand up and down his back and lean in and give his a kiss on the lips. Whoa. I can't believe my eyes. I give Rich a heads up about the situation and we watch. This man had both women pawing at him and kissing him. All had wedding rings on. Rich said he can't figure it out because the man was nothing to look at, they were about our age. Our last cruise we met nudist and this cruise we saw bigamist. I love ...
... exhibition was awesome. We'd seen some of his work in Montreal but this was a step up. Whole rooms full of spectacularly coloured glass.
After 3 days of punting around Seattle tasting and sipping many of their culinary delights it was time to head back up the I5 bound for Vancouver, Canada. Not to be confused with Vancouver, Oregon. There's a useless bit of info for ya! ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility