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... 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 ...
Adios Africa, a ferry back to Tarifa to see of Jake is still there! Left him on the side of the road next to a skate park so a serious amount of doubt was creeping in! An with such amazing relief he was fine Issue # 2, on the way from Lagos to Tarifa the clutch started to give an is now truly farked.. Can get a few gears but gear changes are dodge.. Decided to hightail 130km to Malaga where is a large iveco truck workshop. Got there okayish.. Into the shop in ...
... They know how to throw a party. I'm tempted to have an Indian wedding myself, or at least a sangeet. Indian weddings are rich with tradition. 3 days of it to be exact. They have so much tradition that I suspect it's designed to make the experience so tedious that no one wants to get married again. Much to my disappointment, Puneet rode into the festivities in a golf cart festooned with flowers. I was hoping for a white elephant. The second day of ...
... they originated here in Andalucia. So what are tapas? Well, they are bite sized portions of food. They can be anything from a bowl of olives or nuts served with a glass of wine or beer (in which case they are free) to small portions of whatever is on the menu, small meaning no bigger than a quarter of a normal portion. Tapas can be chorizo sausage, croquettes, meatballs, bruschetta, scrambled egg, etc. They are normally 2-3 euro each or ...