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... this. Two or is it three people are running up the gangway towards the ship. A shore crew member is there to stop them trying to board, for the ship is already moving away from the dock. We can't see them clearly through the opaque glass of the gangway canopy, but the passengers are obviously pleading furiously with the crewman, their arms a flaying furiously in futile gestures of begging for the ship to stop.
But it's too late, we're off and now they ...
... anniversary, but we were tired from driving and had work to do - so we said we would celebrate another night.
I looked into places - which is weird because Wade is our social/food director. I found this place that is number 3 in Paris, is a Michelin starred restaurant and had an (ONE) opening a few nights after our anniversary. It is also ranked 47th in the world!!! WHAT? Us….casual Wade and Genny going there? Oh, what the hell…..let’s go for it!!!
... after not eating since 5 am, I decided
to order 'the Pimpi platter'. Also, a hilarious name as is any word with 'pimp'
in it. A platter already implies grandiosity and I also was in the mood to
sample Spanish cuisine. The platter included chorizo sausage, roasted peppers,
fried eggs, French fries, prosciutto, and salted steak. This would definitely
satisfy my appetite for the two meals I had missed. In addition, my friend and
I decided to go with ...
... plastic surgery….but seriously people…moderation. I’m not opposed to a nip and a tuck, but no frozen face. Just hit me….maybe they’re on this cruise to ease back into society? Perhaps. There he goes again….judgy Jim.
Christopher overheard someone chatting about the bandaged man. His report…..the gentleman had throat/jaw cancer. So sad, and he still smokes like a freaking ...
A lot of money was made in the industrial revolution (19th century) and these apartments were built for the more wealthy citizens of Malaga. What we have are a lot of four or five storey buildings built to a very simple, symmetrical design. Long windows that stretch to the floor, each with a very small balcony, wide enough to stand on or sit on but not big enough for a table. From the bottom up to waist high, a wrought iron ...