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Bon Voyage – Sri Lanka

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The Third Best Exotic Marigold Hotel was found in Sri Lanka

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The Third Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

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Starring the Hotel’s only guests’ Grant & Val

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Val wrote: “We are the only people staying in this, once Grand hotel from the 1940’s. It requires much needed repair. We called it the Marigold hotel. I would love to buy it and fix it up to once again be a beautiful Grand hotel“.

This got me thinking. I guess while it is being fixed we swimmers could relocate over there for our retirement. Imagine if you can, Grant becoming Sonny the Manager as the hotel undergoes refurbishment into the “Third Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”. Val (Maggie Smith) would oversee the whole restoration of the Marigold Hotel and we could all finally live a life of leisure. As per the script in the earlier movie versions, the retirees find that life and love can begin again in these exotic and less expensive retirement villa’s, this one being Sri Lanka in lieu of India. Could be worth some thought!

Prior to ‘Expressions of Interest’ closing, it is suggested that swimmers discuss the merits of such a move and potential new life-style at the Mollymook Beach Hut cafe over coffee.

Nocturnal Surf Tag

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Nocturnal Night Surfing at Mollymook’s Golfie Reef Break

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Nocturnal Surf Tag begins late afternoon

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The surfing contest continues into the night

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The second annual ‘Nocturnal’ charity surfing contest took place at Mollymook’s Golfie reef break on Easter Saturday that continued into the night under floodlights. Approx. 120 surfers took part in the ‘tag event’. There was a sand modelling contest organised for the children plus live music for the adults.

Contestants paid an entry fee of $50 with proceeds from the nights activities being donated to NOAHS and Jindelarra who had a raffle organised.