Bermuda Day Five

Monday, October 15, 2012

All good things must eventually come to an end… Or something like that. I like to think one good ending is the start of yet another wonderful new adventure. But that’s just my little positive two cents for now.

Since I woke up to this:
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I think it is pretty self explanatory what I did first thing. I went down to the pool, of course!!
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I am pretty confident that I could stay here a good long while now that the sun has come out! Unfortunately, I had to get back upstairs to leave as Rusty’s family checked out. When they headed to the airport, I went to the Grotto Bay Resort for another little swim.

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20121015-124822.jpg (I could easily stay here all day too if I could.) I said goodbye to the animals:

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I’m so glad I bumped in to Jason, Brenda, Danny, Tom, Marshall and Gigi (from Dallas), and a few others on my way out. The people that were a part of the event (also those who weren’t) really made the weekend great! I grabbed my things from the lovely Eugene at the door of the Grotto and headed to the Swizzle for lunch before the airport.

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The Swizzle has one of the greatest veggie burgers I have ever eaten. It’s made with lentils, veggies, and curry… Yum! I also had a frozen Swizzle to do Bermuda proper by swaggering my way out – as the saying goes (though I didn’t really swagger from my one).

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This weekend was phenomenal. Off to the airport now heading back to New York. Safe travels to everyone else heading home and see ya next time, Bermuda! 🙂

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My flight home was full of the same people from the flight over. A lot of us even sat in the same seats and rows. This time around was a lot more fun (despite the fact that it was to leave the island) since everyone knew each other. I sat next to Kim and Rob again on the flight. Lots more laughs… I can’t believe Rob got to the seats first — the only race I will credit him for winning this weekend! After saying good bye to everyone for the tenth (…hyperbole…) time, we finally all parted ways.

A flight out of Atlanta wouldn’t be complete without a delay. Almost home.

When we landed at LaGuardia we had the pleasure of sitting on the Tarmac for a half hour waiting to be able to pull in to the gate. Gotta love the end of vacations. Glad I got to catch up a bit with Jacqui in Australia though during that free time!

Home again, home again! Until next time!!

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