Apartamentos Pueblo salado S.L., Mazarron
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... childhood too and I can only dream about the now out-of-date condom still in its wrapper.
But the pay off!! Sun bathing in 36 degrees at the end of October. Being paid to dress up as a Witch for Halloween. Horse-riding through the mountains. Clambering over boulders in streams. Enjoying groups of 40 or more guitarists playing in standing circles in the Plazas. Walking along the beach in November. Having the sunny days ...
... of Aussie boats have appeared in the marina. Mister Kitty has set about our winter projects for the boat with gusto while I'm getting myself into a working/writing routine in the hope of accomplishing as much of both as possible over winter.
We haven't yet seen as many of the sights of Cartagena as we intend to, but we've got lots of time for exploring the history and culture of the city. In the meantime, we'll enjoy the sun!
... manage to bite in devious places (soles of feet and between fingers) has water in it all year round and also a huge statue of a fish poking through its surface.
There are teenagers riding around on motos and canoodling in parks, I even saw two bicycles on their sides by a bunch of bushes, their leaves shaking with canoodlations! There are well kept parks lined with white flowers and enormous cypress trees and others the roots of which Hobbits could take up residence in. ...
... only be described as
'weird’, statues), and often a ruined castle. Your typical Spaniard has
experienced a degree of prosperity in the past, but since the GFC, they are being
forced into having to get used to being poor again. Some villages are starting
to look a little tired, and litter is a problem in some towns. Culturally they appear
to have a problem in the area of litter management. Walk into any bar/cafe and you will ...
... the whole hog and organised a social security number for me (I thought the NIE meant you could work in Spain but apparently not) and went and got me a bank account too.
Oh ho ho, but we weren't done then. In order to get this flat we'd seen I needed my work contract the signing of which my boss was an hour late for.... and, while waiting, her secretary asked me to sign all the 'teacher's rules' that I'd have to adhere to that I'd previously signed and sent 2 months ...