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... this place. Only downside was that we ordered Szechuan Prawns, we'd had a hankering for these all through the holiday. We sat there as the sizzling tray came towards us and it smelt and looked really good, only to pass us and be placed onto someone else's table. They looked delighted. Ours never showed up as the tray that passed us was probably ours. We gave up in the end although the lady who served us did realise the error but we didn't want to wait any ...
It's been a bit funny getting up in the morning, one of us would get up go outside and come back saying it's still dark it must be early, go back to bed. Then we'd end up getting up a couple of hours later to bright sunshine and be surprised at how late it was. As we're in manyana Ville I must confess I haven't seen a clock with the ...
... we used to see in Hong Kong. The streets were like rivers and no one was going anywhere. Punk Rock fashion made a comeback for a while & we joined the others wearing bin bags in the rain.
We've taken a couple of walks locally but it isn't the easiest place to do this, the place is very hilly and the thing that does you in is the pain in your calf muscles which is caused by walking downhill. The locals call this place Cardiac ...
... far too many photographs as they are constantly changing in the different lights of the day.
Our first cultural visit was to the nearby Lidl supermarket, which gets glowing reviews in every guide pamphlet. Titter ye not.....it flogged excellent local products and the local Rosada Vino was 60 pence a bottle!!!!! So we stocked up along with local cheeses, bread and the various hams. All at very reasonable prices. ...
... on the desk found us two seats on a flight set to leave at 14.25pm......and we had to pay. Britain had a couple of goes at stealing Tenerife, but were never successful, which is a bit of a shame. Our very own Horatio Nelson had a go on the 25th of July 1797, he was dealt a googlie by the Spanish and a poor batting response resulted in him losing his right arm in this particular innings. The ...
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