The Wharf Executive Suites
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... me in the stadium.
We hugged each other lost in the love of mother and daughter, best friends.
A month has passed since that amazing weekend. I feel a renewed sense of why I am here in Bermuda. With the arrival (finally) of the Ontario summer I have been sad about giving up my
entire summers at the cottage with my mother. Making summer memories with my Mum has been a driving force in my life the last 7 years. I think she understands why I ...
... in our community, Natalie. She fell in love with Cruise at their first meeting. Cruise was definitely a "ladies man". LOL
Last May Lara and I made a visit to Bermuda, and as you know from my previous 2 blog entries that trip paved the way for my return to the island. I knew this decision would further change our summer tradition.
It was also a difficult decision for me to make because of Cruise. I felt it ...
... I get to have something like this again so decided to do it. I was planning to hang out in the pools overlooking the ocean afterwards but they closed it early today for renovations. Normally I don’t complain over stuff like this but I was so terribly disappointed, that I talked to the manager about how I had specifically booked the treatment in order to enjoy the pools and the whole spa facilities and how I leave tomorrow and ...
... docks even have an entire area where you can park your scooter for your entire stay. We were warned not to rent one as traffic is bad and its left side drive. It would have been ideal if you ask me, if I could step down enough to save myself of course!
Some fun facts:
- Gas is over $8 a gallon
- Lobster can only be caught and served during months that have an R in them
- Rubber tree roots go all the way ...
... St George arriving at 3am local time. This is sailing, with its self sufficient community relying on teamwork, experience and the ability to think fast and respect the elements - brilliant, truly alive! Upon reaching Bermuda we engaged in an argument with customs who were insisting we put everyone into a dingy and come alongside with winds gusting up to 35knots, suffice to say we stood our ground and retired for a full nights sleep, safe in the knowledge that no alarm would go ...