Hello, I am looking for a cologne that will remind me of sea or ocean in addition to pine growing next to the beach. I am looking for raw salty aquatic, not the fruity or sweet ones. Also if you have any suggestions about sea scented fragrance that does not incorporate the pine, please let me know too. Thank you for your help.
Beautiful place... fell in love with L'heure Bleue
Wish I'd had time to get the camera out...
a photo reminder © Mr G
Originally Posted by Mr. G
Pics from the trip uploaded here.
Updated 2nd December 2009 at 02:55 PM by selky
As our plane climbed heading sunset-west above the first layer of hazy, wispy cloud, a broad length of pale, shimmering apricot-pink gauze drew over the landscape below. Beyond it, the Las Vegas we were departing lingered briefly in its last soft moments of true light before the glare of street illumination and neon would turn it garish once more.
Oh, the tyranny of words! "Dazzle" might be as good as "glare" in a different light; and in that twilight moment of
Updated 28th November 2009 at 10:55 PM by JaimeB
Ego Facto Poopoo Pidoo - You know what, it's actually really nice. A bit milky and rice-y with sugary ambrette muskiness. Too bad it barely lasted an hour.
Ego Facto Prends Garde a Toi - A little too 'Glade Autumn Leaves' air freshener or whatever.
Keiko Mecheri Iris Pourpre - Not sure how iris this is but it's very fruity, then make-up-y.
Parfums Delrae Mythique - Ughhhhh the last thing I need is a third FB Delrae but this was really nice: briskly iris yet fruity, but unsweetened,
Well, this Thanksgiving will be a little different.
Our friend the travel agent, who usually invites us to his place for the Ceremony of the Turkey, has decided to host us at dinner on Thursday at a restaurant in Las Vegas. He very kindly found us a reasonable hotel and airfare package to Sin City, where he has been many times, but where we have (for now) yet to go.
Yes, it is shocking but true: neither I nor my spouse has ever tasted the vaunted delights of the Mecca
Updated 28th November 2009 at 10:47 PM by JaimeB
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