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... stereotype as 'Miami women'. You know the ones; big-busted, generous hips, general curvy features, Latina-looking, long dark hair, etc. They greeted one another with kisses and shrieks. Hayley managed to get away with 'doing her own thing', rather than participating in the actual spin class. Though there were bikes involved, it felt like more of a salsa class. It is still unclear as to whether there were more women seductively ...
... open time most every day. Broadly, we’ll have time for open play – could be studying, reading, writing, photographing, playing guitar or whatever - lunch & then an outdoor activity exploring – walking or hiking or… and along the way, we’ll see who we meet….
So the days are filled with creative time, outdoor nature time, and hopefully opportunities to meet Hawaiians and New Zealanders. And ...
... to the airport for my flight departing at 6.50am. All seemed well, I checked in without any major problems and got to the airport by just using 1 subway line and a bus and saved myself $13 by doing so and there wasn’t any scary nutters out on the loose as described by the LP guidebook. However, once I boarded the flight, it was announced that we would be departing late due to mechanical difficulties, I wasn’t too impressed since I only had 45 ...
... James who immediately drove to the basket around his direct opponent for an easy layup. How he was able to do that in 2.2 seconds was beyond belief. Of course, the crowd went ballistic.
As it turned out, it was a long weekend in the US for Memorial Day, hence why the hotels were so expensive in Miami. As we collected a hire car, the guy thought we were smart for getting out of town to avoid the mayhem. So we set course for the three and a half hour ...
We have truly blessed the mozzies on our last night in Guyana by giving them a good meal of white blood before we left. The last few nights we have seen a real increase in the mosquito numbers with dozens of them clinging to the net each night hungrily trying to get in - always with some succeeding!! Barry got 15 bites just in one small area on his hand the other night!!
So as result of this broken sleep ...