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... Even got TSA Prescreening so that for once we can be on the other side looking at all those poor souls taking off their shoes.
Tic Toc Tic Toc.........
Our usual MO: Surf & Turf. Scuba dive in the morning and drive around the island looking for adventure in the afternoon. Hiking ...
... and her legs were a patchwork of bites that looked wincingly sore, and made us think that we were luck to get out when we did! On the way north we passed a NASA site, which was quite cool, and stopped to do some clothes shopping. Towards evening we were crossing back onto the mainland to get to Annapolis and our hotel. We were both tired so we grabbed some dinner - lobster rolls, yum! - and sat down to watch a film before getting ready for bed. That's all from us guys, over and ...
... Amsterdam on the brand-new MS Inspire is not just about tulips, they are the reason we are going now, just as our own bulbs, very late this year after an unusually cold winter, are about to bloom. I will miss the daffodils, hyacinths and, of course, tulips in our garden, but this one Spring I will see them growing in Holland, something I have wanted to do for a very long time.
... guacamole and all the trimmings! We drank beer and stuffed our faces, and a good time was had by all.
On Monday (which was the first day back at school for Amanda's Lady Manners colleagues – commiserations!) we went kayaking on Crab Alley Creek. The sun was shining, a soft breeze was ruffling the water – we felt much more ...
... of Coors beer. We finally asked some naval cadets who these guys were and why were they dressed like that... They told us that they were students from St. Joseph’s College and were hosting a croquet tournament. They said it with “tongue in cheek” and their facial expressions conveyed the belief that the St. Joseph’s students and their croquet as a sport was a little laughable to say the least. We took some ...