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... turn and no exits for 12 miles. Finally found a truck stop, Fray asked for help, we found a shortcut but it took 1.5hrs to get home & it was completely dark & raining the whole way. Sooo stressful. Took the shine off an otherwise great day. Didn't feel like driving anymore so walked to dinner at the Italian restaurant next door again. The photos on Insta show the ridiculous pizza we got (thought sharing a meal would reduce the waste). Wine ...
... crazy good. It was called a tuna salad toasted flatbread with potato chips not pasta salad. What it was; pizza dough with cheese kneaded into it then cooked. Cover it in iceberg lettuce, tomato, onion & tuna salad, fold it in half & toast it briefly. Potato crisps on the side. Oh my god. $9. We ate & then power walked (like last night) back to the car, asked Google maps to take us to the hotel & checked in. Asked the kid at reception about where we'd been. He thought ...
Soundtrack: Berlin by Ry X
Come down love
Berlin in the cold
All that fighting, all that snow
and Byron on my mind
Tell me I'm not going home
and I'll stop waiting by the phone
and silence in my blood
Sorry, love, I'm running home
I'm a child of sun and the stars I love.
When we left Marbella we drove to the Rock Of Gibraltar, the rock was massive!
We did 3 things on the rock, the 1st one is the caves with columns that were big but not
big compared to the worlds biggest column in Nerja.
Next we went to the apes on top of the rock they were really funny.
2 babies were playing on top of our car. ...
... new concept. When I talk to Sharron about her experiences growing up in the '60s, every story she tells is linked to a song, every memory is associated with some piece of music. The same applies for my meetings with Bob, the 95-year-old WWII Vet. When I visit with him he tells me how even now, (70 years after the records came out), he still plays the vinyl from the war and dances with his wife, remembering how it was when they were ...