Marinaterra Hotel & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... story from one of the boats down here who headed for the south pacific in March. They didn’t bring their lines in at nightfall. One night as they were sailing along they got a strike at midnight. It was a huge bite which kept them busy fighting the fish until sunup. It turned out to be a 150 pound tuna. That’s a lot of tuna! They had so much fish they called all the boats in the area asking them to come by for a share ...
... on Saturday April 5th. We have just wished "Bon Voyage" to Hazel and her crew (Ross, Cathie, Ray, Lydia and Kona, of course) as they make their way back north after a lovely warm holiday. They have been really great to travel with, have shown us lots of great places / things of interest in Mexico and oriented us to the wonders of the people and places in a gracious and appreciative way. And we had a lot of fun boogie boarding.
We left off the ...
... our favorite spots to our good friends. It’s also been fun cooking meals together, playing games in the evening, sharing laughs and just hanging out.
While walking Kona on the beach this morning, Cathie and I saw a school of dolphins, only 100 feet off shore. There were about 15 of them, and they just swam a little in front of us. We could almost hear them breathe, they were so close. This afternoon some friends showed us a great snorkeling spot. It ...
... is in Quebec on the Atlantic coast. They speak French of course and Carl is fluent in Spanish; they both are fluent in English. Ann is a Zumba partner too. She is such a cutie ! She has a beautiful flower and herb garden. We don't get together often but we enjoy their company and its a break from our party group. Our newest friends are Jim and Candy. They were our campsite neighbors and began an immediate friendship. We involved them in all ...
... unbelievable, I should send a photo of the interior of the bus and the driver, dressed impeccably, with his cap like a train driver of yore, so proud of his work , to National Express) Yes,luxury, I had a seat the size of a whale (maybe relative to the general target market), which had a footrest that could elevate(but not not with my luggage). As we got to the border we stepped off sleepily and went through the portable traffic light which we pressed in turn ...