Jasmine's Ocean Resort
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On this sunny day we completed installation of the steel stud wall - exterior and interior. The final touches about these pre-fabbed walls is during installation there is levelling and moving the end stud into level position and cutting the left over plate with a grinder. After all of the walls are up, a lot of screws are used to reinforce the walls attachment to each other and a ...
... gazebo and arranged seating for us around the table in there. Refreshments appeared and so too, eventually, did dozens of steaming doubles. We set upon them with relish (and pepper sauce) and they were delicious.
It had been several decades since Ali had seen Enid. The utter joy he displayed at this reunion had more behind it than just a history of doubles and marketing venues, I suspected. The picture that emerged was of an 8 or 9 year old boy helping ...
... Biosphere Reserve here. When they first told me it was a Biosphere Reserve I have no ideas what they meant but an informative sign told me that it means they have a self-contained ecosystem. I.e. The water gets evaporated from the ocean, drops into big pond from the hills and the fresh water supplies all of the animal and plant life on the island before going back into the ocean and starting the process again. Upon arrival at Big Pond I was greeted by a very old, very Caribbean ...
... cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and Centro sauce. It was served with a small side of coleslaw and French fries. We each chased it with a glass of Merlot, so our $14 hamburgers turned into a $366.90 ($60) lunch...yikes! Even though it was pricey, I must confess they were pretty darn good!
We completed our room check-in after lunch and took a short nap. That was followed by an afternoon of lounging by the pool.
... a legend.
They didnīt mention though his test match record for number of runs. On the walk to the mini bus, in my head I was singing 'I don't like cricket.....I love it!ī. This mini bus was in a fruit market area, it smelt of urine and all sorts of rotten vegetable smells. Homeless people sleeping/lying on the roads and pavements. I find a mini bus and within ninety minutes, am standing on Maracas beach.
It was smaller than I ...
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