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... for me!) but I suggest that a key element of any course is to cut the grass on the greens if not as short as possible then definitively shorter than the 'fairways' or the 'rough' for that matter! Needless to say, this was not the case here and, as such, putting was to prove quite challenging. Conversely, we were afforded the privilege of hiring what appeared to be a rather decent set of Taylor Made clubs that were far superior to my own and allowed the both of us (Helen, ...
... Unfortunately, while my meal was actually very nice (not exactly worth the wait but still good), Helen's ham and cheese sandwich was so awful that one could not help but laugh (well one of us couldn't anyway!). All of this proved particularly unfortunate as, in more competent hands, our venue could have meant for a delightful and prolonged stay given its proximity to the impossibly blue water of the Pacific ocean. Having eaten, we were finally able to extricate ...
... up ;-) Lunch in Cafe Bordeaux again, really like that place, very relaxed then off to the Curzon for the second talk by the guy that spoke about the moon landings, should be good. The talk was good, he's doing another tomorrow and the woman who. Talks about Orca is doing one as well A quiet read on the prom deck afterwards, nice temperature and fresh air :-) I've almost finished my third book, never seem to get time to read ...
... were leaving the port! lovely touch.
We walked into the main area of Nuku'alofa,looking around and also looking for wifi access!!!We went into the local market, which is open everyday except Sunday!all the shops are shut on a Sunday and families attend church.We stopped off at a cafe called 'Friends' had a drink, cool down and tried wifi but it was down cos soooo many people were trying to use it.Popped in next ...
... have been here but I don't know them personally). We are on the other side of the world, day time here, night time at home. It so unreal but so special I have to remind myself that it is real. Tonga is lovely as are all the people we have met. All friendly just like Samoa, waving to us as we pass by. Tonga is more modern than Samoa and is more affluent, there are sone dwellings that are obviously occupied by poorer families but ...