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... you get invited over for dinner and the slide show- forced to sit there and ooh and ah for all the hours of video footage I have here. Yes technology has made our life better folks! Now you can watch or not watch at your own leisure and also not have to sit through the angry exclamations of your host as he/she struggles with the projection screen that just will not go up right!
Gotta love the 80's!
So I hope you enjoy this ...
... out beside our bed...I could actually see his individual eyeballs. It was gross. I thought about putting a glass over him and leaving him for the maid to deal with but decided to try and remedy the situation myself while Mike helpfully asked if I'd like him to help me from somewhere in the vicinity of the hallway. I declined and whacked Señor Cucamunga with a flip flop. In retrospect a boot would have been a better idea because I then had to step on the flip flop to finish ...
... castles dating back to the 1400's and new buildings with beautiful facades, it didn't feel like an island at all. This is the playground for Europeans to enjoy beach weather for summer holiday. With temps in the 60's, most people had on winter coats and hats! The wind was sharp coming off the water and the top deck of the bus nippy but it was the best place for pictures.
You'll see the bus rails or people in most of the ...
... I enjoyed ham salad, sandwiches, crisps and several glasses of wine, as we wouldn’t be getting a meal on the plane (budget airline and all that).
Eventually our flight was called and we made our way to Gate 9 to board. The aircraft was around half an hour late taking off, then we were airborne and on our way back to Blighty. At least it was only a four-hour flight this time, and not 14 hours the way it was last January ...
... continually climbing until we were above the clouds. Here the landscape looked more like the moon than a tropical island. We didn’t quite have time to climb to the top but took a side track to one of the smaller peaks – a few hours hike. This allowed for breath-taking views across the island and even a few snow balls, despite it being t-shirt weather. We toasted the sunset with €1 pints of San ...
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