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To all of you who are reading this thank you so much for following us on our adventures.
And to Caroline, Jonathan and Ava ,thank you really doesn’t seem to cover it but I hope it is clear what a fabulous, truly unforgettable experience we have had here in your Spanish idyll . Muchisimas gracias XXX
... a 20min walk made all the more better by flat roads and no boots. It was a quick six hours, a few beers, some sun, something to eat and we appeared to be off. It wasn't quite like that, we talked, we caught up, we found out all the Swansea gossip and then we were off. My T shirt sun tan may well become a craze in the costa del sol but I'll wait and see. Back to the airport and into the lounge (I'm an international traveler) before joining the flight for home and yes, we were the last ones ...
... so a huge achievement/relief! Also the Bagdad foot (cut/munted feet from time boozing in Bagdad) an black lung (flemy cough that was impossible to shake) have seemingly cleared up for everyone! Also has been the realisation it's already been a month on the road now! Time flies but feels like nz was a very very long time ago now.. Just soo much been happening an everyday is full on. Love it! Which also means 1 month underwear free as per VT rules, can't imagine ever going ...
... 48 hrs. to go and no sign of his visa so we cancelled the flights and have re- booked now for June 14th next year, unbelievably the very next morning and the day before we should have left Steve receives an email telling him his visa's ready !!!!
Taking the positives out of this we're both good to go but in the mean time we've got two brand new ...
... Lots of authentic stalls and the true Spain. Lots to write about. More of that later.
Anyway I'm back in my favourite little bar - ie the one that has the best free tapas. I think they know me now - they probably describe me as the "red faced guiri with the big handbag". "Guiri" is a rather derogatory term the Spanish secretly use for "tourists"; particularly those who haven't put enough sunscreen on. The equine pubcrawlers have been and gone. They do look terribly "at ...