El Nautico Suites
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... at once and I felt totally relaxed and possibly just begining to wonder what was over the next hill.
We are now back at our recently acquired home in Eastbourne, close to our latest grandson and family. The Canaries trip proved a good test for further trips but I'm told the need for realism in planning a more appealing and adventurist journey is needed; such realism restricts my instincts.As you all know dreams can come true and occasionally do.
... Paris because it was so beautiful. I think I might be crazy LOL.
Anyway, there was mother and it's baby that stayed right with the boat. They were so beautiful I had the urge to jump off the boat and swim with them. I really had to restrain myself, as the urge was really very very intense. I just wanted to touch them. LOL. But thanks to my parents good sense that was knocked into me as a kid, I didn't. But it was hard. They are ...
... out beside our bed...I could actually see his individual eyeballs. It was gross. I thought about putting a glass over him and leaving him for the maid to deal with but decided to try and remedy the situation myself while Mike helpfully asked if I'd like him to help me from somewhere in the vicinity of the hallway. I declined and whacked Señor Cucamunga with a flip flop. In retrospect a boot would have been a better idea because I then had to step on the flip flop to finish ...
... skill?? Plus we debated yet again, who would be Pinky and who should be the Brain!
Burger King at the airport - yes to a Whopper! Then aboard our flight. Had great sunset views with the volcano: El Teide sillhouetted against the back drop and the clouds falling away beneath us. A perfect end to a perfect trip. Our first together, but hopefully not our last.
Claire & ...
... unable to work out what time it was. I tried to be optimistic that this wasn't a sign of San Fran's continual edging towards a chasm of uselessness but I had to admit he was getting less and less reliable. A saunter back to our apartment allowed us to take in the night life one last time as unfortunately we return home tomorrow.
Claire & ...