Club Riza Aparthotel
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... after parking a million miles from the boat jetty, we got a boat that left at 9.45 instead.
The boat trip wasn't very long, maybe 20mins from boarding to arriving, very calm water and the views across the bay were lovely.
The Blue Lagoon is interesting – crystal clear water and some sandy bottom to walk on, surrounded by rugged rocky shoreline, totally covered in umbrellas and deckchairs! As you leave the boat you are prompted to chose the ...
... SPIRITUALITY -
-----Many people were caught up in their busy work lives, the things they bought and consumed, their pleasures, and the attention they received with their appearances / cars / muscles / sun-glasses. Caught up in themselves.
-----"The more looks outside oneself, the happier he is; the more one looks inside himself, the less happy." - J.Breen philosophy
-----Self-criticism and self-improvement were good and important things, of course. ...
... a final sweep past Good Thaimes to farewell the regulars (although they probably think I'll never leave, as I've said goodbye about 1 million times) and hugged Gabriel goodbye and said good luck for the Charlotte Louise.
Debbie and I headed home together then for what little sleep we could salvage. In a few hours we would wake up, and I would head to the airport, bound for Turkey.
P.S. The black photo on the left is actually a video! Click on it to watch :)
Rough winds in the Sahara had gusted reddy-brown sand over to Malta, and it was falling now as muddy rain. The abundance of sandstone buildings seemed to reflect and embellish the already sepia day.
Ippy and I sat inside peering out, and she fondly told me that I'd bought energy and life back into the house, the social scene and themselves. I feel so lucky to have found the Green House and the great people who live here, and that we can bring happiness to one ...
... curry isn't exactly the most British of dishes, it's the nation's favourite dish, and symbolises the historic links between Britain and India. At the party there was a mix of nationalities: Spanish, French, Japanese, Korean and English. We'd love to list all the dishes but in all honesty I couldn't pronounce them then let alone remember them now, well except for Spanish omelette. We took the last bus home.