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... the gym we showered and got Dee and went down for an all American breakfast buffet, mmmm you know I love me some all you can eat. We ate and met a few cool people, a couple from Brazil and a guy who works I-heart Radio. Nice people. Now it was time for the pool party!!! We didn't think you had to get there 7 million hours early for pool side banana chairs. You do lol. So we parked up on the grass banana chairs and went straight in for a dip. It was HOT and I mean damn HOT!! The ...
... better company ;-) I hadn't noticed that Brian was in a fair amount of pain during the entire dinner. When we returned to our room it was clear that sitting through a long dinner with the usual new place in a big city Shepherd search dynamic had taken a toll on Brian...
Other than accompanying Brian on a drive up to West Palm Beach to pick up a new kite, some repair materials and a new 2-piece travel kiteboard, I really didn't do much of anything in ...
... a Cuban American. Tony was born in Cuba and moved to Florida where he was educated and began to pursue a career as a lawyer. Shortly after graduation he was recruited into a special cuban operations branch of the United States government, where he was trained for and then sent into the Bay of Pigs Invasion. He ultimately spent about 20 months in prison in Cuba as a result of his involvement, before he was released back to the United States thanks to a ...