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... on our balcony waiting for our 2.45 pm appointment. We need to leave soon as it's 2.18 pm. We have dinner planned tonight too with a friend of Pudd, Craig and some of his friends. ... We met Michael who brought us to see three apartments. I quite liked the inside of he first apartment as I thought there was potential to open it up and add value. It was also a good size but there was no view to speak of. It was quite low (second floor) in a large complex of ...
Hi everyone -
Here's a little surprise for you: a guest post from Avi! At the outset of our trip, he suggested that maybe at some point he'd offer to write an entry for my blog - an offer I accepted with alacrity, knowing what a terrific writer he is. Last week at the end of our trip together he repeated the offer, with one caveat: I had to publish it as written - no edits except to correct any typos.
Well, Avi is a mischievous sort of fellow who takes pride ...
... week's class. Very interesting is that everyone is from a different country and language background:
Jasmine--from Iraq but lives in Dubai. Before that, she lived in Egypt. Speaks Arabic and English and perhaps other languages (is Persian a language?)
Caroline--from Paris, France speaks French and English
Alexei--from Russia speaks Russian of course
Charlotte-from Germany speaks German, French, English
Nicole--from Milano, Italy--Filipino mother, Italian ...
... us and see the show. They met up with us the day that we had to go into work, so they were able to go out and sightsee for the days that we were working, and then when we went to Madrid, they stayed behind to do some more sightseeing and then they took the fast train to catch up with us in Madrid.
Lennea and I walked ...
... featuring fire-breathing dragons, devils and a whole pantheon of mythological creatures, on the streets of the Barrio G̣tico. People crowd the backstreets of the Gothic Quarter for this demonic event, which has been celebrated since medieval times. As the air around you fills with smoke, your ears assaulted by a tremendous din and a shower of pyrotechnics raining down and the devils do their snaking dance, it's a brutal assault on the ...