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... to the car and drive back to Nico and Riet's house. They had already prepared a BBQ and we got the table ready to have dinner. It was great to spend our last evening together and talk till late. They're real nice people and in some way I feel so at home with them. The feelings of my early youth are real strong even if I was so small, the accent of Rotterdam and the way they behave has a real impact on me !! I feel real close to them ! 7th We had ...
... strange – his friends and the shop assistant guided him through the lengthy process with animated discussion while we tried to look the other way.
That evening we were determined to have the huge meat kebabs that the 'chiringuitos' barbequed to perfection! Our restaurant was right on the beach – beautiful setting, beautiful weather!
... and incredibly, no one was injured. However 220 hectares of pine forest was destroyed by what was apparently the worst bush fire in the region for 40 years. It was just sheer luck that the fire headed away from the town and it has been reported in the local press that the fire was started deliberately. As always in these situations hats off to all the emergency services, pilots and volunteers who eventually got it all ...
... Izzah had been going on and on about having paella while we're here, and my landlady in Cambridge was talking about the anchovies here so those two were our main aims. There were quite a variety of restaurants, but we selected one and had a nice leisurely dinner of seafood (of which half of us were allergic to lol) but it really wasn't that bad. Unfortunately, the paella came a bit later by which time everyone was already a bit full. Though not ...
... us no mater where we go. It takes some serious convincing but we break loose and head home for the night to cut our losses.
Waking up the next morning to a mild headache from cheap, cheap rum, we packed a cooler with chips, sandwiches, water, ice and more beer. We hopped on a bus to the next nearest town, Torremolinos, rumored to have the nicer beaches. It did, and we were pleased. The next three days continued in much the sane way. Drinks, ...
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