Desert Eclipse Resort
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... And so I walked to a court where 3 guys were congregating and introduced myself. The 3 were Nang, 'Ben-O' as he was called, and Michael. We traded rallies and began to play a set of tennis - Yea! I was up to serve first. And this really is where this story begins.
First serve, I put it long. Wound up for the second serve, hit the ball and....twang! pop!
Damn! I broke a string and on the only racquet I brought with me from home! Michael immediately ...
... so pleased with herself.
After dinner tonight Rich and Dylan head to the swimming pool for a dip. Dylan is coming on in leaps and bounds, literally. He goes straight to the side and jumps in, then back out, time and time again. Then he swims from the steps to Rich. This soon turns into a lazy glide across to Daddy as his energy levels drops. It still has us in stitches as he lazily floats across and awaits his rescue.
... dunes. The sun was starting to set as we stopped to take our photos. The dunes are impressive to say the least! Just as I was post sand boarding a few days ago, I found myself covered from head to toe in sand. I doubt I'll be able to wash all the sand off by the time I get home! Quite fatigued upon our return to the campsite, we relaxed before dinner. I was tucked away in my sleeping bag by 9:45pm, ready for a good night's ...
... Such fun to see the family again after half a year! Albert and I played paddle-tennis at Muscle Beach in Venice. Despite squash-practice for the last few winters with the red baron I still got my @ss kicked. It was great fun though. Apart from that Venice beach is full of junkies and homeless people these days, a different world from when we visited this place four years ago. No clue if it is due to the medicinal ...