Roraima Duke Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hey! Bummer. Hubby and someone were first in line and he was calling out their weights. I’m third in line and I tell him if he calls out my weight that I will hit him. Don’t know why I said that but I was embarrassed. Chris caught on about the same time and came and told him to be discreet so he ...
... 1" style="font-style: inherit; font-weight: inherit; line-height: 1.7;"> We are off again and round the corner and drive past the big market and DO NOT STOP! OMG. this one was certainly worth stopping. It looked amazing with all the humanity and products and hustle and bustle and people shopping and wandering the stalls. I love these kinds of markets. The only problem with this one is that it was very, very trashy. That made ...
... the chap pile it high on two plates, admitting defeat in finding a third.
By 1400 we were airborne for the short 20M hop to our next venue. Orinduik Falls is on the Ireng River. It flows south, into the Amazon Basin. We had views from the top and then at river's edge. The sand flies [orwhatever] were not a problem at all. Orinduik Falls was spread out, like a small version of Iguassu Falls.
Only Paul and Mike fully participated in the swim--in reality, sit--at ...
... was how people used to tie razor blades at the end of their kite tales. When their kites got too close to another, the tail would cut the string of the other kite. When I first heard that I thought it was just a tall tale. However, one of my colleagues confirmed that that used to happen. In fact, it still happens sometimes today.
After ceding our kite to the "beer" guys, we drove home.
Later in the day, our friend ...
... seemed to be at a constant crescendo. It kept us on the edge of our seats for quite some time.
I passed my time "painting with light" as cars drove on the highway between our vantage point and the bonfire location. The crowd for the bonfire continued to build as did the sound of the drums.
Finally, at nearly 20:20, a group of men gathered at the base of the soon-to-be bonfire. The drums were beating steadily. We ...
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