Colony Palms Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... room, I not only found recovery and also humor.
In the recovery room you lie down on an adjustable lawn-like chair, on a good, soft mattress with only a sheet to cover you. Nearby there is a diorama of a desert in a low-light setting: yucca, saguaro cacti and a perpetual stream of water all intended on their own to aid in relaxation. Falling asleep is common. But alas, not today.
While I was there two other guys were ...
... of me). Of course, none of these things are possible here. About an hour later, I finally managed to calm down enough to go to back to sleep.
I woke up around 6:30 to shower and grab breakfast. The bed felt so good and warm, especially since I didn’t get a good night’s sleep, that I returned and slept a bit after my shower and before breakfast. Then I went out with the Duke student Matt to look for some tracks in the canyon and consider a location ...
... on a lie low and OH MY GOD, this is what it's like to PROPERLY chill the **** out, it was AMAZING. The weed obviously helped but it was so nice just floating around the pool. The surroundings help also, just palm tree's and mountains, amazing! There was this American lady there with her son who must have been about 8, he was so funny and just loved playing in the pool. He reminded me of what I must have been like when I was in Malta with mum. His ...
... fairy dresses and tiaras throwing flower petals.
The ceremony was officiated by Rich's friend, Noah. His words were gentle, awakening, sincere in Rich & Jen's love for each other. My favorite part of the ceremony was when Noah requested everyone to close their eyes for a meditation and listen intently to his reading. If gave me a complete sense of "really" listening and feeling the words while allowing myself to retain the ...
... get flooded out - there are numerous "Dips" in the roadways. I guess the water surges through so rapidly that no culverts could handle the boulders and debris ebbing with it. Interestingly, the dips are preceded by a huge bump in the road - if you go fast, you'll leave the seat. June hated that.
It was interesting driving through the wild animal preserve area along Lake Havasu. The first thing we noticed ...