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... childhood too and I can only dream about the now out-of-date condom still in its wrapper.
But the pay off!! Sun bathing in 36 degrees at the end of October. Being paid to dress up as a Witch for Halloween. Horse-riding through the mountains. Clambering over boulders in streams. Enjoying groups of 40 or more guitarists playing in standing circles in the Plazas. Walking along the beach in November. Having the sunny days ...
We had been invited to spend time with our friends, Gavin and Wendy, at a house on a 'urbanisation' close to Torrevieja between Murcia and Alicante for some time and this was an opportunity that now just worked out. But what does living on a British enclave in Spain really mean - well we were about to find out!
Eagles Nest is the area where the house is located, mainly an area of ex-pats and holiday homes owned by the British although given ...
... of Aussie boats have appeared in the marina. Mister Kitty has set about our winter projects for the boat with gusto while I'm getting myself into a working/writing routine in the hope of accomplishing as much of both as possible over winter.
We haven't yet seen as many of the sights of Cartagena as we intend to, but we've got lots of time for exploring the history and culture of the city. In the meantime, we'll enjoy the sun!
... basketball player and snowboarder to boot. I honestly did not know where to look when he first met Nadia and I in Murcia in a vest. He has muscles in places I don't think most men have places.
We have also been out for a curry! Near El Dorado-geddon and the Ex-Pat enclave there is a curry house built into a warehouse. Its culturally jarring speaking English to Indians in Spain while listening to sun burnt retirees from Rotherham discuss the 'shrapnel' they will leave as ...
... donkeys, etc, spinning the same old garbage about
the environmental benefits that this practice has.
The bottom line appears to be that National Parks are fine
as long as they don’t get in the way of making a euro/dollar. These watered
down National Parks do nothing to protect habitat. Perhaps as has been
suggested by some we should be re-wilding the planet. Current management of the
worlds environment has helped get us ...
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