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... The expanse of huge trees in the forest was an incredible sight on the drive. We were driving on the Sonora Pass road which is still closed at the top. It's a Bank Holiday weekend for Memorial Day on Monday so there were signs of families starting to arrive at the campsites for the holiday weekend. The lake is not natural and has a dam. The walk was classed as ...
... great treat as always. The owner Mary was in who is always a great deal of fun.
We hit our favorite spots in Murphy’s followed by lunch at the Murphy’s Historic Hotel. We said goodbye to Sue and G and then went on to the olive oil company. We arrived back in Copper in the early evening and headed to the club for what Sue ...
... side, the RICS will be pleased to hear I got in 4 hours of formal CPD. The afternoon was more what I had in mind, we had a quick visit to Fort King George, an old British fort, then spent the afternoon at Pigeon Point, one of Tobago's most famous beaches... we took out jet skis as well as the standard laying in the sun, which was pretty cool. Calvin left and Yip arrived around 6pm. The 3 of us found a cheap hotel, went out to get food and drink, came back to the room ...
... this river two years ago in 1979, with my sister, Tricky, her boyfriend, and his daughter, Brittany, the water lever was so high, that they only allowed half the passengers to ride through the worst rapids, while the other half walked along the banks. Tricky, Brittany, and I were allowed to ride through the biggest rapids.”
“How was it?” Pinky asks.
“It was the biggest thrill of my life!” ...
... below the surface, take a risk and see something out of the ordinary! We loved our fun tour guides, they were so helpful and one of them called all of us "beautiful"! That never hurts. Next we had some time for soaking up the sun and a bit of shopping.
Beautiful blue water and soft warm sand, there are lots of reasons to love Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos.