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... smoke. Our vista completely obliterated from a fire down in the town - one of the hazards of a heatwave such as we are experiencing. It has even reduced us to watching midday tv- the Spanish version of Clint Eastwood in 'Escape from Alcatraz'! Today I again rose early and walked to various sights. A highlight was a visit to the Jose Maria Rodriguez Acosta foundation. He was an early 20th century painter who ...
... was rebuilt with lots of Art Deco buildings for which it is renowned. We found a nice campsite a few kilometres past the town on the bay. Got our van hitched up, tied up the horses and poured a well earned G&t. Where is Dame 'Awkes, its not like her to miss her G&t. " I've been down to reception and booked us on a wine tour for tomorrow, I might have guessed. It is a beautiful evening, the sun sets around 10pm. So off to bed. I wonder what Dame 'Awkes will be. Dreaming ...
... a step and then they invited me to have a drink with them. We both had had a drink the night before at a cafe bar just a round the corner so we went back there. It was lovely to have the company and we shared lots of laughs and travel stories as well as chatting about Australia and Germany. With our drinks we were also supplied with some tapas - OMG we didn't know what it was - frothing pink sausages on French fries (have included a photo) I asked the waiter and he explained they ...
... very good taste and enjoys his food. He actually reminds me a lot of you dad – a retired business man, who keeps fit, and enjoys good food and wine, has a weekly outing with his fellow retired mates at El Retiro where they are greeted by name. Cielo is Colombian, but they have both spent a lot of their lives in London, and living all over Europe (he was a GM for a big US carpet company, heading up their European division), before now retiring to Granada. They must be in ...
... all day. So for the whole day Wednesday Paul stayed in bed and I tried to find things that would stay down for him to eat, but he was so sensitive to everything. Even drinking water gave him bad stomach pains. Poor thing. By about 8pm he could eat a little bit of rice with vegetables so we went for a little walk to the supermarket and cooked it all up. He was pretty tired from that walk that he fell asleep straight after dinner. Luckily he was ok the next day ...