115 The Strand Aparthotel
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... 3 metres long and 2 metres wide. There was a shrine with the sign 'St. Rita god bless you', and turning around I thought it is easy to believe in god (see photo).
Absolute stillness, just birdsong and the occasional jet flying over. I love the way the farmland rolls off the ends of cliffs. I made my way north along the coast, on the way seeing caves, cliffs and great rock formations falling into the sea.
Eventually I ended up by the ferries, and took a bus back. Great ...
When I woke there were two random men on the roof near my bedroom playing Trivial Pursuit with Ippy and Jennie. Had I met these people at the party last night? Not that I could recall!
There was a need for serious hangover food though, so I made everybody bacon, eggs, toast, fried haloumi and juice. They were extremely grateful! Over breakfast I was introduced to the lovely strangers. Daniel and Deniz were friends of Ippy, Rami and Jennie, ...
... mini muffin pans…yeah I know, bad idea…all the jelly spilt over the edges and they ended up looking like mini blobs, like in the movie Flubber. But of course, they were delicious, and alcoholic, so none were left by the end of the night!
Before everyone arrived I plastered the house with ‘fragile’ tape I’d bought from the hardware shop. Since this was an alternative Valentine’s Day party, I ...
... on the side, and open plan desks in the middle. Egil and Jon said they’d meet us at Candynavia (Scandinavian candy store hah!), so I went to buy some heart lollies for my S.A.D Party jelly shots. Later we all hung out in the shopping centre for a while, and ‘oohed’ and ‘aahed’ at the card Jon had got his wife for Valentine’s Day (and teased Lars about what he was going to get for Nicole).
Later on, Egil, Lars and I tried to ...
... 8217;d practised in advance to taunt him!
I invited them back to my place, and delighted in showing Egil the Narnia-style wardrobe in the lounge room for the first time.
I read some of the short stories from the book my mum sent me (The Best Women’s Travel Writing), and was inspired to peruse more creative ways to convey my travels.
I don’t know why I wrote this blog with every sentence starting with ...