Grupotel Cala San Vicente
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... allés à Es Cubells pour repérer où se trouve l'église. Après plus de 5 kms de marche nous avons décidé de faire du stop et après 10 minutes un gentil monsieur espagnol s'est arrêté et nous a conduit les derniers 4 kms. Au retour, nous avons eu la chance de trouver un anglais et un australien qui nous ont gentiment offert de nous conduire ...
... have been sufficient but just didn't feel right. The next morning, the woman I am subletting from at the moment asked if I would like to stay for an additional 2 months. Would I?! Um, no brainer. So May and June, covered. If the church lady works out, I won't have to worry about anything!
However, I'm still anxious about buying a car. I've been borrowing the car of my sublette and the offer is out to buy it. ...
... big. And then I decided I didn't like the color. Then I was convinced that I should look passed those things and remember that things only get more expensive once the season starts. I asked a friend about it and he gave solid advice, but yet it was still me who had to make the decision. I couldn't. I don't want to. I want someone else to make the decision for me. I want to walk into a place and be offered a job because I'm qualified, not turned away because of where I come from. ...
Julie and I always knew that the week building up to my departure was going to be full of low key tension, and slowly building into something that could have been as volcanic as a relegation threatened premier football manager. Yet on the last full day on the island we managed to collectively connect with something very special...a reminder of who we can be together; equally as important we both managed ...
... sink. I tell myself that it's coincidence and not because I just walked in the room and she's seen me in the light for the first time. After this we go on the balcony for some fresh air, never one to quit dreaming I'm still hoping she feels better instantly but she rejects any advance, tells me I should leave so she can sleep and puts on her sourest of faces. I don't talk to her for the rest of the time we're out there, as soon as Jack is finished I grab my stuff and go, ...