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... by the staff as family, kisses on both cheeks etc. and so it happened that on Tuesday evening, I beckoned to the girl, 'The Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies" as Sue had rather unkindly christened her, and innocently asked how many times we would have to visit the restaurant before she would agree to marry me.
... is a beautiful drive though weaving between mountains across ravines 100's of metres high and views out to sea beyond. We arrived in Almerimar around 3 in the afternoon. The whole town is built from scratch starting about 40 years ago. There was nothing there so a man founded a new town, harbour and marina.It is really too modern for my taste but a harbour parking spot is always my No. 1 aim. One must pay for harbour parking but office was on siesta until ...
... should charge people a fare for an all up weight, that includes themselves and their luggage. However, in the last few days, I have started to doubt the wisdom of such a policy, as the effects of our current lifestyle start to manifest themselves.
After a brisk morning walk, we return to our unit and cook a modest breakfast of cereal and fruit, followed by eggs, bacon, sausage, tomato and freshly baked bread. This is followed not long after by lunch, which consists of a ...
... least. Nevertheless, nostalgia overcame fear and I took the plunge this morning. Actually, plunge is a slight exaggeration, as it took me about twenty minutes of 'acclimatisation' to even get the water level past my essentials. Once past there though, there seemed little point in not going the whole hog, so to speak.
... up the courage to set out from the airport and head north, on the wrong side of the road and with all the controls bar the accelerator on the wrong side. After notifying other road users of our intentions by way of turning on the windscreen wipers a few times, we reached Puerto Pollenca at mid day.
We had arrived at our destination, as our telephone announced and we celebrated by enjoying a Spanish omelette, a glass of wine and a siesta. What a ...