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After a rather hot, sticky, slippery and muddy trek through jungle this view is that greeted me at the end, well worth it I say !
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You can keep the hot, sticky, slippery and muddy track Varinia I’ll just settle for this lovely beach. the problem is you have to back through all that mud etc :-)
It’s one of those experiences that stays with you all the way to the shower ! No wonder is was deserted, perfect in my opinion !
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Love that expression Varinia. It does look perfect. Where is it?
Northern Mariana Islands.
looks beautiful Varinia
Sure is Anthony, thank you
You’d love it Ken, thank you
What were you doing so far away and so near Guam Varinia? Seems a different place to go for a vacation.
Have been there many a time Peter, great diving on the WW2 wrecks and not many inhabitants. Have family working there atm.
wow V….that flat rock looks perfect for a tired lady to lay on, and let the tide clean that mud off….Pina Colada at the ready, of course!!
Yes I did have a rest on that rock ! Pina Colada would have been nice at the time :-)
Thank you :-)
a very inviting scene! nice work V!
Sure is Harry, thank you
A beautiful place, well worth the trek …
Sure was Tom, thank you so much
OK that explains it. Whats this with Pina Colada. You need a Pisco Sour or a Calafate Sour. They are wonderful!
LOL ok well, next time I’m there I’ll be expecting one… personally a Bombay and Tonic with a dash of lime would suffice.