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... enough to have one stay with us on his own for a whole week – and when I started to write this IT WAS ONLY TUESDAY!
The man has a dream to have a B & B business like us with his 'sort of’ partner. I say ‘sort of’ because she moved out 6 years ago because of his snoring. I can understand that as we slept badly all week due to the terrible noise coming from room 1, which sounded like a captured bear! We had a Spanish ...
... 8211; it’s definitely a Poppy and not a Dennis! – it’s been a bit like a zoo here, especially at Christmas with the kids making such a fuss of the animals. She has grown so much and appears to rule the roost. Clyde has taken her in his stride, perhaps because she was so small when she arrived. After much hissing and spitting, they now settle in to play fighting which sometimes gets a bit out of hand. If she squeals because Clyde has been a bit ...
... income and these are paid to 3 different institutions. Although in the past I have been scathing of HMRC for their errors and inefficiencies, the system is much simpler. So one has to be determined to live the 'charmed’ life here! The only two sure things in life are death and taxes.
I feel a bit like Noah and the Ark at the moment. We have gained a little kitten, found trapped in a French neighbour’s pigeon loft by ...
... made with vegetables sautéed in duck fat, ham hock and the infamous Tarbais beans. There are variations and duck wings can be added to make it more ‘ducky’, but I prefer it a bit less rich. The recipe is Michel’s and he is suddenly quite subdued about the fact that I have been able to improve on his life long accomplishment. The secret; chicken stock made from the carcass after a roast. Now to tackle macarons I think.
So after a ...
A RHD (right hand drive) truck in South America.
It was pointed out to me the day I picked our truck up from the port, by a local importer, that the Landrover was the wrong vehicle for South America. I thought he was making the point in relation to obtaining spare parts if required. But his point was the fact that it was a right hand
drive vehicle. Other Overlanders we were to meet on the road also expressed the same opinion, and I have to agree. ...