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“Shortly after midnight on Sunday, at least five gunmen arrived at the beach by speedboat and stormed the couple's palm-thatched hut, thought to be the furthest from the hotel's reception.”
“For half a mile, the beach is populated by palm-thatched palapa restaurants, every one of them offering the locally-famous seafood dish, rollo del mar: a thin-sliced wrap of white fish stuffed with shrimp, cheese and whatever other sea delight the chef had at hand that moment; a heavenly sauce smothers the roll.”
“Ahmed tried to draw a response from a nearby woman tending a washing machine sheltered beneath a palm-thatched lean-to.”
“He had not walked for very long, however, before he came to a bamboo and palm-thatched structure, underneath which he saw tables, chairs, a jukebox and a bar.”
“I was sitting under one of the palm-thatched huts that dot the beach, just chatting with my girlfriends, when Juan came into my view.”
“By now the natives in the palm-thatched huts on the Philippines, Borneo, and Sumatra lay sleeping.”
“TERRIFIED NATIVES TOM was checking cargo lists in his palm-thatched cottage when Bud and Kipu burst in.”
“Bud called a meeting in the palm-thatched cottage which served both as Tom's office and living quarters.”
“Born in 1943, the son of Catholic missionaries, he spent his childhood in what was then West Guinea, where his parents wound up teaching in a palm-thatched one-room school.”
“In settings ranging from palapas (palm-thatched huts) on the beach to fine restaurants, I was given recipes and demonstrations.”
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