These photos courtesy of Paul Gallagher and Héctor Gayón.
|Professional dancers heat up the party...|
| Hector demonstrates his musical abilities at a jam session...|
The instrument he's playing is a traditional Aztec instrument called a "Xoc", so named because it consists of a long stick embedded with a number of metallic stoppers from flasks of the sacred libation "Xocaxola".
|Left to right: Manon Bergeron, Doug Robinson, susan larsson (thanks, Michelle A, for the info).|
|Manten and Hector Gayon (and who might the third person be?)|
|Ilse, Ury, and Jessica... a petite committee at Héctor's place.|
|Katja Mischerikow and Susan Larsson.|
|Basil and Carole Heiman-Kezios.|
|Ury, Tanya R., Héctor Gayón, Tanya Gesse, Barbara, Ilse Wong.|
|Paul and Jessica on a lunch break.|
|Isabelle, Adnane and Susan.|
|Manten and Héctor.|
|Manon Bergeron, Manten van Steenbergen, Susan Larsson, and Hector Gayon at breakfast.|
|Susan and Manon presenting at the ATA.|
|No, it's this button, you cretin!|
|View of the crowd at Susan and Manon's Lecture. Full house.|
|Ah. No wonder they were so popular...|
|An admiring crowd of fans after the lecture.|
|Is this Manon? No, she was at the spring... this is Pauline à la plage!|
|Here's the culprit... Hector's hiding behind three cameras, photographing Deborah McPhedran (L) and Ilse Wong (R).|
|Views of Hilton Head from the Hyatt Regency hotel at Palmetto Dunes.|
Wow, pretty cushy accomodations...
|Sunrise over the Atlantic.|
|Sunrise over the Atlantic II|
| Susan Larsson and Marla O'Neill have it out...|
... Upper Case!
|Zion Avdi, a non-Lantran Hebrew translator, and Tanya Gesse at the closing banquet.|
|Manon Bergeron, Rita Litvak McGrath, and Manten van Steenbergen at the closing banquet.|
Manten wasn't ready...