Las Buganvillas Apartments
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... it... As I looked as his bright, hopeful eyes, I wonder what his life will be like in 10 years... Will he still just be struggling to survive? Will he have found his slot here in the Great European Family? Gone to America? Made a lot of money and gone back to his country and started a business? Given up? It's hard to say. But as times continue to be tough for the average Spaniard, things will probably be even tougher for guys like him. Exploring ...
We made it to Faro, our last stop on the southern shore of Algarve. Trying to avoid the concrete nightmare and crowds of Albufeira beaches, we drove slightly to the east to reach a 3km stretch of white sand called Praia da Falesia. Still pretty busy, but as people were spread out it wasn't so bad, and the water was the warmest so far (maybe ...
... were a few times we would have liked the choice to make it cooler. Then there was no in-room wifi. We had to go to lobby or upstairs to the hotel bar to get a signal. For some reason, my iPad did not work in the lobby so I had to go to the bar upstairs and sit in hallway in front of locked doors because the bar doesn't open till 6pm.
We heard people rave about the buffet breakfast. We self-catered and had fruit, yoghurt ...
... the camp site. We were curious as to why it avoided us and all the tents even though there was food. Soon a man on his bike came ride over yelling "damn dog" in a heavy, non posh, British accent. He and his wife chased the dog as we giggled at their attempts. Later we saw the couple but not the dog. They then told us the story which made us feel horrible for not having helped them. They had only just got the dog yesterday and had her one night. She ...
A kind of moon that makes haunted houses uglier
And ugly girls prettier.
And little animals see farther and feel closer together.
Brave weeds even rose up to look 'round for lawn mowers.
Grandpa sat up in bed and said, "What's that?"
And the hair on Grandma's legs stood on end, he said.
On moonbrite nites like this, big eyed deer
Tiptoe into larger openings and they ...