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... as hoping for a break in the clouds to see
the sunset from the point/beach/yacht club, back over the bridge on the river
bank south of town. There was a huge procession of cars heading that way too
and we were in for a treat – the cloud made it spectacular.
Back to the super for a beer and a stack of Stax for dinner –
at over £2 a pop I just have to stop!
... structure together. I opened the huge glass doors into what looked like an upmarket hotel lobby with a reception desk and large wine display resplendent in dark polished wood,the furniture is chic,trendy and white which off sets the dark timbers in a relaxing way. While admiring this set up a well appointed young lady introduces herself as Lorena and says that she will be my guide for the day,normally she would take around larger groups but today I have her for myself ,giving me ...
... a 32" flat panel TV, in a box that looked as if it would be the perfect size. When we passed the electronics section a few minutes later, I saw two employees with the box, and they had the TV out and seemed to be putting it together. I tried to ask them if they were going to throw the box away, but couldn’t make myself understood. So they called over another guy who spoke some English. He got across to me that they were still going to use that box, but he took me over to ...
... floor by an accountant during his 40 years of service.
We also visited the huge dam at Salto with its impressive hydro-electric station. We were glad to have the opportunity to visit the water park next door... a chance to cool off. Lots of fun slides and artificial waterfalls to play in....but strangely filled with warm/hot water! We headed back south to the coast in an effort to cool off... aided by the weather which turned
stormy and ...
... too, had just given my name out to new friends, to keep in contact on Facebook. Some had not ‘found’ me, whilst a few (I suspect) did not try due to short interactions. Others probably had the same problem I just faced in regards to having a common name. With this in mind, I decided to ‘alter’ my name. As I had been racking up the nicknames due to my ‘partying ways’, (extremely wild but not out of control). I added a few to my name. ...