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... as I find a park bench in a little shady spot overlooking the fields I decide to go ahead and play my set. But a little farther I find the “heart” of the town which is built along the steep mountain slope with a mix of old stone and tile roof houses and new ones. The town hall has a cozy little garden tucked in behind it and the whole place has a very neighbourly feel to it. But I decide to do my video clip at the edge of town where I can get a panoramic view ...
... we got Churros con Chocolate which I had been craving all weekend and then decided to walk a little to the viewpoint of Granada. This was an excellent idea. Not only did we get to enjoy the little cafes and stores on the narrow streets of Granada but the view once we got there was amazing. The Sierra Nevada was actually covered in very very thick snow and we could see the whole of Alhambra. We sat on the brick fortress like cats enjoying the sunshine and ...
... down tight streets crowded with people, cars and traders and then up and up a winding stepped lane, Calle Ruedadolas, a bit on the grungy side until finally we met our host Mikel at his flat we are renting. A homey little one bedroom place, old furniture and art on the walls, with access to terraces up above the other flats. It looked good. Mikel passed on info about the area and showed us the place and we went ...
... Corporate Services, St John of God Berwick Hospital Fr Joseph Parkinson, Trustee, St John of God Health Care Jeffrey Williams, DON, St John of God Midland Hospitals Lead by Jennifer Stratton, Group Director of Mission, St John of God Health Care Alison Dawson, Director of Mission, St John of God Geraldton Hospital Br Joseph Smith, Brothers of St John of God Martin Loney, Director of Mission at St John of God Midland Hospitals prepared ...
... places I've ever seen in my life!
Last night, once again, my seņora brought out a HUGE plate of minnow-looking fish. This time, you had to peel the meat off the skeleton. Puke. After I couldn't stomach even touching the fish, let alone eating it, she brought out a bowl of oyster/clam things. You had to take the whole shell and suck the inside of it out. Puke again. I think she finally gets it that I won't eat anything that has a bone or looks anything ...