Posada San Isidro
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... was super tasty (another steak for Pedrito) and the staff were all really nice (they even changed Peter's dessert when he got serious food envy over Lisa's expert choice)! The dangerous part however was the constant pouring of red wine...we easily drank 3 glasses in a hour and it kept on coming! The Tango show was super cool. There were 10 dancers, 2 singers and a 5 piece typical tango orchestra. The dancers were all fabulous and took it in turn to dance solos from ...
... get around seals like Obama after Bin Laden's assassination. Unfortunately the water chopped up like snoop which made it tough for some of the heavier ones in our group, but after adjusting and staying in the group the curious seal pups began swarming us. These creatures are so majestic under the water and the inquisitive ones come right up to you. Felt like a child again for the umpteenth time on this trip. Another one for the highlight reel.
Next day the three ...
... stall with names such as “Alpine air” or “Everest Pure” ! In fact,I am sure somewhere last year I saw oxygen mini bottles being sold! (God forgive us,we know not what we do!).I watched this scene with some amusement and walked round the circuit leisurely ,twice, taking in the atmosphere and also noting that many people do just the one lap and then sit on the grassy banks gossiping with friends and doing stretches.Some are in little groups of three or four ...
As most people reading this will already know, we didnīt exactly have the best of starts to our travels. The trip started off, naively, as a typical lads holiday drinking in the bar at the airport until last call followed by the traditional Whitworth family sprint to the plane. We hardly slept the entire plane and was actually refused alcohol as we were drinking too much and causing too much noise (hard to believe I know). So then we arrive in ...
The weather is starting to improve here in BA but we are
not getting too much time to enjoy it….school is consuming a lot more of our
time then we envisaged.
With 4 hours of lessons and a couple of hours of homework
and revision, the day starts to slip
away. We have also been “reasonably” good at night as we need to be on the ball
for school the next day.
But it is all starting to pay off! Jim is moving ...