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... poking through the clouds. Tres Cool! Had a funky Antique Market on the day we arrived (with price tags to match) and the coolest being the street festivities from the Carnival (same premise as Rio, 40 days before Lent). Essentially an excuse to get on the brew in the morning, dress up crazy and have some great traditional music playing. Good ...
... door villages, and had lunch and a bit of a walk. Then we said we were gonna find some of the caves ( cos there's a few around here ). So we took of and it said 35km, so we kept driving, 15km, kept on driving. At 10km there was this massive sign for it. After that, nothing. Started questioning if we got lost somewhere but then all of a sudden I saw a parking sign for it. I saw it too late so had to keep on going and a 90 degree turn later my jaw dropped through ...
The hangover from Barcelona is gone and everything is back to usual. Almost. There's a new girl here, Kirsten. A Canadian that will stay here for 6 weeks. And I have moved out from the house, out to a caravan in the backyard. I was really looking forward to some new blood here so got real excited when Barry went down to pic her up. Cos however it is, Barry and Virginia are extremely kind and everything, but they are 70y old. ...
... is a public right of way. Oh no it isn’t, honey!
To finish; an observation. Have you noticed that since the disability act that premises have to provide toilet facilities for the less abled amongst us. Sometimes to get round that here, they build a toilet cubicle that can be used equally by able and disabled people. This involves having a simple lock, a wide cubicle to take a wheelchair and a toilet raised to ensure that a person can get on ...
... when it switched off and deflated giving them a slight scare.
Stacie did her time trial up Hautacam this morning feeling good enough to give John enough stick as he was doing it tough. She's off now hopefully booking me in for a massage as my neck is in deep need after carrying Ben around on my shoulders.
So it will be off to the pool for another day of relaxing before we make our way to the coast tomorrow via the township of ...
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