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... line-height: normal;">On the walk back to our apartment, Sue told me that she thought I had ruined our relationship with her and that we would probably be cold shouldered the next evening. That thought was a little disturbing to say the least. After all, the situation had been the result of a perfectly reasonable enquiry.
... having taken part in a real life episode of 'Last of the Summer Wine' mixed with'A Year in Provence'.
And if you don't know what I am talking about I feel sorry for you!
Monday 1st June
Nothing ever goes according to plan. Whilst we are having a great time in Pollenca, I am also looking forward to meeting up with the family in Nice at the end of the week. So, you can probably imagine my dismay when, over lunch yesterday, my teeth fell out.
That might be ...
... blouse doth conceal" as Shakespeare might have said. That's Bill Shakespeare our local postman, not the Bard.
As luck would have it, we overheard a couple asking whether the owner was the same as when they had last been there, thirty years before and that led to me going over to their ...
... Qantas had announced that we were to experience their new menu and it was terrible. Emirates made no such claims and produced some very tasty dishes served by very pleasant stewardesses. I know which way I will fly in future.
Six hours after take off, we arrived in Barcelona and had a chance to get out in the afternoon sun and breath pure air (as opposed to air conditioned air) for the first time in three days. We had three hours ...
... more olive trees than anything else. I would say that every city, town, or village we have been to (except Las Vegas) have had olive trees growing. Californian wines (that Max has had) are just drinkable. Unfortunately we are on a ship with its head office in Miami. The "house wines" are mainly from California. Luckily she has a drinks package which allows her to have French, Italian, Argentinian and Chilian ...