Blue Heron by Rex Resorts
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... show called 'Cool Art, Hot Ice', had a peppermint and dark chocolate Ben &Jerry's ice cream. For dinner I had a really strong tasting fish called Sole and a rich warm chocolate cake. One of the ice skaters had a fall and hit the wall hard but shook it off and continued. The rink was very small so they did really well putting on a show with the space ...
... being renovated and a fish market, with old and not very edible looking fish. Even an enthusiastic viewing did not make the fish any more appetising. In search of food we got drinks from a kind of bar. Some really intriguing locals came by and we chatted for a while, leading to a recommendation for a local food place no more than 50m away! The highlight of our trip to the city was a lunch at the bus station with ...
... told( nearly called it a large Tampon!)another lost hook!! We saw a local couple fishing with nets early the next morning and asked them if they found a fish with a hook in it could we have the hook back please... they did laugh:) as they several but not ours. At the same time the dolphins came and a large sting ray jumped out of the water, turtles everywhere,a zoological paradise. After much discussion and conversation on the cricket as we were winning, on the ...
... harbour from the 18th century barracks and gun emplacements.
Our final stop was at Nelson's Dockyard a fascinating Georgian harbour where one could visit the museum and learn about the life of the dockyard and Admiral Lord Nelson himself. We chose to enjoy a drink instead at the Copper and lumber store hotel which had a beautiful view over the harbour to where the really idle rich live with their impressive ...
... Back at the pool Min and Elaine asked if I had enjoyed it. "No" I replied. "Of course you did," said Min. "You should do that every day."
"Can't" I replied. "Trainers are knackered" and they were. "Can't swim bare footed"
"We'll get you some beach shoes from the shop" said Elaine, helpfully.
"They'll never have my size. I take size twelve. It's a tiny shop. They'll never have sizes that huge"
The next day, with me kicking ...