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... sold out but they did have face paint/crayons so I was able to deck him out. We all took him to school Friday morning and it was so fun seeing all the kids in their costumes. Because we had been talking about Valentine's Day but they don't celebrate it here like we do at home, we got each of the kids a little toy to open open up. Nolan got puzzles and Easton got blocks. ...
... through the song they swapped roles and he became Barbie
and she became Ken. After one or two jugs of beer and a cocktail or two I
finally put myself out there and give it a go. Me and our kiwi buddy Rod get up
to the stage and we put on possible the worst ever version of Shania Twains –
Man I Feel Like a Woman ever heard. The crowd cheers us none the less although
it was actually putrid! We grab out shots of Tequila ...
... also had a signposted track which we took in the car, climbing steeply up the hillside with views below of a landscape dominated by row upon row of olive trees. The weather was deteriorating, with beams of sunlight illuminated the landscape to great artistic effect. The narrow track was cut into the side of the hill and we were rather hoping not to meet a vehicle coming the other way. Shockingly, a tower crane stood over the castle, the ...
In the Treasury or Chapel of the Treasure the Monstrance of Arfe, also known as La Gran Ostensoria de Toledo was magnificent at over ten feet high. It is crafted from silver and gold and encrusted with precious gems. No less valuable and beautiful was the illuminated bible. Elsewhere the wooden choir stalls were intricately carved and the Chapterhouse - Sala Capitular - ...
... to see was closed...so, we might just have to return! After shopping at a large super mercado for picnic lunch food, we drove to Toledo. As we left Avila, we saw familiar Camino arrows, signs, and shells...we were delighted to realize we were on the Camino, once again! The terrain took another change as we progressed. It became rockier and more barren. We crossed a beautiful Rosarita Reservoir and ruins of many ...