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... had a steam room in, so in we went! We only managed 15 minutes as I thought I had sweated enough! We then went to the pool area which was equally pretty with lots of exotic birds and butterflies. We were called into our massage and again the setting was amazing. We both had a head, neck and face massage. Despite being hotties that she had touched my face it was still relaxing. But we both rushed back to the room to wash the oil off! We had a snack lunch at cosy bar and ...
... Africa as arrived
. Took an old sleeping not fit for cold temperatures
. Took too many shirts
. Did not pre-book tour to Robbin Island
. Leaving painting on Dragoman truck.
. not buying a thermos cup. With the bumpy roads I wore the tea a few times.
Surprises along the way:
. Coming face to face with a Leopard at 4am coming back from the loo in the Serengeti
. The standard of living of Namibia and Botswana ...
... the strong winds we had that day, it was awesome to watch. The waves were really high and we got so close that we could feel the spray coming up 50 meter high cliffs.
Near there, were Rochester Falls (a strange name on an island where everything else was French) and so we had to check them out. The falls were really great but the road to the falls was half the adventure. The way was mostly dirt roads that wove through fields of sugar cane. ...
... rafraîchit. Sans excusions de prévue, nous nous rendons au grand Centre Commercial de CAUDAN en bordure de la ville. Pour l’instant, Suzanne doit avoir son manucure et moi, ma coupe de cheveux. Les officiers de la paix nous indiquent poliment en français les boutiques qui nous intéressent. Les prix des articles autres que ceux artisanaux sont aussi chers que ceux dans les ...
... azure water, made me want to come back in October. But not this year.
In the afternoon, a member stopped by my hotel to talk about different things and to ask some counsel on certain things. It was a pleasant and useful visit. Two other visits have been arranged for tomorrow morning early: baptismal counseling to take place before people go to work. I’ve been waking up very early anyway, so this should work out well and help accomplish as much as possible ...