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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of last month, Stefan was in Papua New Guinea last week working in a southern hemisphere summer and helping to top up the coffers depleted by a deep French recession and Hollande’s crippling taxes. The most unpopular president since the formation of the republic, he insists on raising taxes instead dealing with wastage and efficiencies. Of course every time he does try to make austerity changes, the French go on strike. My uncle was ...
... her cosy flat in Agen. However, for her the increased comfort when she does stay with him, was very attractive and I laid it on with a trowel. They are the first people we have felt would look after and use Jack in the way she should be. Of course there is always a snag; he has his mother's house to sell and/or the other boat first. But I have good vibes about this one.
What an amazing September, October and start to November! Without wishing ...
... As for your average Colombian! Friendly, outgoing and hoping and working for a brighter future. Those we met were more than willing to help out if they could. Definitely,
when we think of Colombia, we will remember the people. And have I mentioned
the women people? The Colombian woman has STYLE.
Although not on our planned itinerary, we now find ourselves in the Britain and Europe. The UK is as different to Colombia as chalk is to ...
... no internet!
We are gradually getting on top of things again and Stefan
is now continuing with the Bergerie renovation. Even the dishwasher has been
repaired along with the broken window in No.2 and when my sister turned up, we
will also had a replacement light for downstairs.
It has been a weird season; the weather has been very mixed
and it is as if France has been abandoned and the lights turned ...
... glass of beer and - jarra - for a larger glass (though the j is Spanish is pronounced as a phlegmatic H rather than the usual English and softer j.) I asked for the jarra and quietly told his retreating form to "Hurry" in an equally phlegmatic way.
We later returned to the bustling venue for a late meal as is the custom in this country. The joint was buzzing but the only popping tonight was the extraction of cork from the many bottles of vino disappearing all around ...