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... I hope you have enjoyed the blog. It looks like Señor y Señora are settling into a mundane routine that would be about as interesting to report as listening to the Archers omnibus on a Sunday (unfortunately, I now have to endure this!!). I will, however, update the blog during Christmas and New Year with more of our adventures.
Adios per ahora,
Bruno (El perro)
Novembre 1st a Novembre 8th
Sadly, this is the penultimate blog for the Winter. Señor y Señora have today signed contacts for a villa in Mojacar for four months. We move in tomorrow, I'm looking forward to it. A room on my own, sea views, beach walks and swimming pool, can't wait. We will resume the adventure in mid-March 2013 when we motorhome into Portugal.
We have together been divvying out roles due to discord within the team that ...
... koffie en sigaretje erbij,wat wil een mens nog meer? janneke en René lagen heel ongegeneerd steeds mensen uit te lachen, écht schandelijk, je kunt ze er eigenlijk niet bij hebben!!! s'avonds in het restaurant eten met aangepaste kleding,pumps,gala en niet te vergeten,bling,bling!wij hebben onze ogen uitgekeken,men kon foto's laten maken en was daar ook helemaal op gekleed,prachtig!! Vooral de amerikanen alhier ...
... office next day to do the paperwork, gave us his master key for the gate and went off!
We had a wander about to check out where things were and then sat and had coffee in a quayside restaurant.
The afternoon was spent giving the boat a thorough clean inside. Steve decided to take the cooker apart and clean it and now it is sparkling again. We had just about finished when Dean and Sue text to say they had arrived in the port.
They came on board ...
... fish and meat. The only disaster was the evening we decided to have a Paella.
The weather stayed glorious all week. Sometimes a welcome breeze, and also the waves came and went... Otherwise we settled into our usual holiday routine of getting up late and going to the beach. Different from Crete, though, was the lack of a really good after-dinner watering-hole, so we tended to be abed earlier. No bad thing for our kidneys...
In general, ...