Colony Palms Hotel
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... were great and i also got to meet sugar, Amanda's pure white cat. The next morning we got up a little later than intended, about 5:45am rather than 5am, did some last minute packing and were off by 6:15am. Turned out that actually most of the group were running late, it took about 2 hours to get to the will call centre where I was to pick up my ticket. The queue although it looked relatively short took almost 2 hours, which was kind of ridiculous, they had 3 people serving our queue and ...
... U.S.A.) and his is not a consistent snore either. It rises and falls as if he is calling out, starting softly in snore-speak to get his wife's attention and near the end emphasizing the object or goal of his speech, 'honey, get me A BEER!!!' every 20 seconds. But he's nicely reposed, soft smile on his face, like a baby. No...more like that sleeping buddha - the one you may have seen pictures of from Thailand. I just can't disturb the ...
... best shirt on to go out in tonight, not sure what we're doing yet. I don't think there's any romance in the air at all with either of them but it's cool just hanging with them. It's a little weird I suppose but nothing I can't handle, now. I've hardly met any lads on this trip to hangout with, all girls. No bloody action yet though, not too fussed but something wouldn't be bad. I'm pretty sure if I really wanted something and tired I could but I'm not ...
... the same thing......each was such an individual look of beauty and fun! This goes for the males also!
Jenny & her dad danced to Over the Rainbow Hawaiian song. Rich & I then joined them and it was so nice! Everyone else stepped on to the dance floor to join the love!
Rich & Jen put together play lists of such perfection. It included something for everyone.
Dance....they can cut the rug! I enjoyed watching ...
... br> Wow, it seems weird to be here. No more 'Topes' and the 'rules of the road' are once again in effect! Driving does seem rather tame in comparison, although we are nowhere near any traffic right now. We are heading for the 'Salton Sea', the largest lake in California (twice as big as Lake Tahoe), didn't exist until 1905 when a flood caused the Colorado river to flow into this area hich is over 200 ft. below sea level. Many people started to ...