Luz y Mar Apartments
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Our home was the Luz y Mar, apartment number 8 (the symbol of eternity), and Kali’s flower, the bougainvillea, greeting us by our front door, framing our private patio, and a gorgeous pool before us.
We were set in an ideal location, between the main strip and the old port.
We set off exploring the main drag.
On this day, walking along the beach, weakness overwhelmed me.
My body would not work and I could only lie down.
This was when we realised that I had been too active, considering everything that I had lately been through.
I collapsed on the sand, the energy refusing to come back to me.
Nitai took the children off for chips, and …
The following day had to be a taking it easy day, hanging out at the hotel.
I was still weak and dizzy so lay down a lot.
Nevertheless I had fun; being daring with topless sunbathing by the pool, the only woman to be so brave, but the freezing Lanzarote pool I could not tackle.
Only children could brave that, not any adults, and …
My energy was still kaput and Nitai was worrying about me.
I became emotional about my baby dying and lay crying on the sofa.
We made it to the beach where I did another spot of topless showing off, my bit of exhibitionism.
Nitai meanwhile had his eye on some Moroccan looking youths.
In the harbour area we tried the local …
Feeling healthier I managed to get in the so cold swimming pool, after which I had another spot of topless sunbathing.
Nitai had gone brown already, but I was still a pale Celtic.
Ellie’s bravery in the pool attracted an audience of admiring children as she swam round and round.
That night I dreamt of awful friction …