A few more images from around the Club Med Resort. I hope you enjoy the pictures.
|These beautiful flowers are all over the resort. They grow on these bushes and smell great at night.|
|I noticed these because of the little orange thingies hanging off the flower connected to these thin, green stem like things except they are thinner than grass.|
|When they dry up they look like this toward the bottom right of this picture.|
Once I noticed them, I saw them all over the resort.
Funny that it took me until Day 6 to even notice them in the first place.
I had walked by them atleast fifty times over the course of the week.
|A view of the beach from across the lawn.|
|One of the many groups of buildings. We were in the orange one in the bottom right.|
|One of the many walkways!|
|Notice the stem that grows out of the bush which then allows the flowers to bloom. How cool!|
|Beauty is everywhere.|
|Beauty is in the everyday, everywhere all around us. We just need to open our eyes and appreciate it.|
|An interesting hole in the sand.|
|Upon closer inspection, I suspected it was burrowed by an insect.|
|A dead dragonfly? It was missing the other wing.|
|Not exactly the best picture to transition to after the dead dragonfly ...this lobster almost looks like the other...but it was actually quite delicious!|
|OMG! These scallops were so yummy! with the pasta topped with a spinach and cheese sauce!!!|
|Smoked salmon and cavier with grilled onions, on a puff pastry topped with a creamy gravy.|
|Chicken crusted with almonds and cranberries and potatoes.|
|Just a combination of the many foods already described.|
|This was some kind of steak topped with grilled onions and a boiled egg and rice.|
|This guy had made these really cute monkey dolls out of empty coconuts. Here he was making a hat / bowl with the leaves of a palm tree. And that is the flag of Dominican Republic.|
|A closer look at the coconut monkeys.|
|The long and empty passageway that ran by our hotel room.|
|The close up of the mop hair and the purple bristles were from the broom and mop resting against the wall.|
|Our living quarters.|
|This beautiful tree was right in front of our room door. It carpeted the green grass with a thin layer of these beautiful white flowers. Every morning we'd see the landscaping staff sweep up the flowers to keep it clean and tidy.|
Love and Light,
From one sufi to another