Marriott's Shadow Ridge II- The Enclaves
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... include some of the scenery, flowers and activities we were up to for the first week or so. PS I started this blog on a FB page but it was not working for me.. much prefer this site. Wanted to start the blog at the start of my vacation though, so transferred many of the pictures here. Apologies to those who were following on FB.. but as of May 1 I will only be adding entries to this blog so there wont be duplication from FB. Va bene? okey dokey ...
... Papa when on a hike to the Coachellla Valley Preserve. A lovely gentle hike around the desert to an oasis where we had a picnic. Apart from Papa losing Ted for a short while the walk was just lovely. It's dinner tonight at Papa's house where Mum is cooking a roast pork. The cousins continue to have a blast ...
... Jean Charles Pivot and yummy cheddar cheese, we ate well again. Now we are packing to leave .....the flight to YVR is full so we will be going via Calgary...Brr!. I am sitting on the balcony enjoying the Macon wine and trying to soak up the balmy evening as I am sure it will be rainy back at home. We even saw a Roadrunner today just outside our room and tonight we heard the coyotes again.. They must hang around the golf course when the golfers all go ...
Nambia was never a country I imagined going to, I did not know much about it to be honest. Now it would never be a country I would miss out. We started off with sleeping next to the biggest meteorite in the world, pretty impressive, but literally the only thing in the entire area aside desert and farms! We spent the next two nights in Etosha park, where I saw a dazzle of zebras, a tower of giraffes, pods of hippos, troops of baboons... And thousands of km of salt flats! ...
... either walking sooo slowly or just stopping and standing. Anyway, after passing by 4 or 5 TGI Fridays we finally made it back to our terminal and had some lunch. Well I must say I am getting pretty good at packing. Once again Dennis advised that we must carry everything on, so I rolled and squeezed everything into my bag. The photo shows my packed suitcase... Prepare to be amazed. In it are 3 pairs of shoes, 4 pairs of pants, 6 shirts, ...