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... how the day and evening would pan out. Señora had joined a group of walkers on the campsite for a 7 mile hike to a nearby fishing port leaving me in charge of Señor. It all started well when I decided to take Señor on our usual ambladura to the beach. Unfortunately, he is such a wilful buggar, when I turned for the beach he yanked me off in the direction of the local bars. As I explained to Señora later, I was helpless there ...
... will be able to sample a few and select a couple of bottles for our Christmas tipple.
On a down note, all that cold weather last week has had its effect on Lesley. She has developed an awful chesty cough and cold and is properly down in the dumps. No doubt she will pass it on to me as a Christmas present.
This will probably be our last good online session before Christmas, so we wish all our readers a very happy festive ...
... the first time and had to toss out some stuff, and rearrange things between my backpack and suitcase before I could get on the plane. When I landed in Jerez, I looked around for the bus that was supposed to get me to Cádiz. I had researched it before hand and it looked easy, but it seems that in Spain, nothing opens or runs on Sunday. So there I was, 30 hours with no sleep, no bus, in a practically deserted airport and finding ************e that spoke ...
... our request to the barman and we got the best hamburgers that they do. (Thanks, Matthew, it was a lovely meal). The couple of glasses of wine I had were very good too.
Then Rob drove me home, putting up with my wine-induced giggles. I don't know how he copes! (sorry Rob!). No good watching a DVD tonight - Captain Corelli will have to wait - I'm a wine-lightweight and far too drunk to concentrate!
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I´m now in Madrid, but I will write about that tomorrow! And Cordoba and Granada which have been in between. I wrote this whole blog post on my iphone but it disappeared. Tu puta madre!