Orange Tree Golf Resort
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... with well dressed Chinese. We followed the crowds to take in the old Colonial architecture, and then at 5:00 decided to take a taxi back to the ferry, arriving so weary that we only wanted some pizza before we called it a night. Tuesday was our last day to wander, so we decided to venture by subway to the "Ladies Market" in Mong Kok. This is the area where the rioting was most publicized but we were told it had subsided. Jim took pictures of the "umbrella" rioters and ...
... car is a Audi, Porsche, Lexus, etc! There is an entire street of art galleries. Had a great dinner at Corn Pasties, which was just down the street from our hotel. Had pastries with whatever you could imagine in them. We had a chicken curry masala and turkey, sweet potato and ...
... autograph on the petrol tank! Mike had been saving this surprise for me as I couldn't manage to see him last year. I HAD to sit on the bike of course and everyone took photographs.
We then had dinner at the Red Sage Restaurant just around then corner (we drove there as you'd never walk ANYWHERE in this heat), were we had three different meals and talked about Easy Rider, other films and American history (sorry Harry!). Back at Mike's place we thumbed though the ...
... and Gina were home when we got back. They'd opted to watch a movie at home on Gina's huge screen rather than in the theatre. It was snowing heavily when Richard and I returned and now there is a blanket of snow every where not just on the mountain tops.
Richard and I went to visit Frank and Carol Stacy, a couple we met on our first Butterfield & Robinson trip of Krakow to Budapest. They live in Cave Creek, which is very ...
... conversation. Temperature was perfect, following days of 100+ degrees just a week before.
Saturday dawned bright and sunny. Ray and Carolyn were picked up by a limo at 11 a.m. and taken to the “staging” area – locker rooms at the beautiful Cochise/Geronimo clubhouse in Desert Mountain. While the ladies prepared themselves and the bride, the guys mostly just hung out and watched football, jumping into their tuxedos at the last second. Then to the wedding venue ...