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... in as many words (Spanish or otherwise), its tough **** that no-one else is learning anything and that I am close to infanticide.
My esteemed Mother, who taught Art for 40-odd years, would joke with her colleagues that some of the awful kids must have been 'miserable f&*ks' and this applies to Pablo, honey.I have no idea what his background is but for the two and half hours a week in which we share the same air its ...
... back to Valencia - one day off the pop will certainly be good for our health especially as I have just read about the excellent gin distilleries on Menorca - this is where we will be on Monday afternoon for another part of this European diversion.
Finally a big thank you to Gavin and Wendy (and Wendy's parents as they own the house) for inviting us to spend some time with them. It really has been a great few days in this part of Spain!
... unfortunately after one glorious day of sun, we were beset by thunderstorms - with some of the most dramatic lightning I've ever seen - and floods, making the festival a rather damp affair.
Since the festival, the weather has returned to its more normal beautiful state - I believe we have a high of 28º today - and life is a little quieter. A large number of cruise ships (mostly British) have come and gone and a ...
... of the very few Ex-Pat residents there. Their very occasional zimmerframed and white-haired wanderings around the complex just adding to the zombiehood.
We had a lovely dinner that first Sunday and I felt so lucky that day, singing in the shower, getting ready to be picked up and driven out there to be cooked for. Added to the perfect picture was that I was being driven there by the Dude of the group. Jack is half Brummie, half Murcian and bilingual as a result. He is a ...
Spanish Pyrenees, National Parks, Observations, Climate
Crossing back and forth between France and Spain we have
seen a good deal of the Pyrenees range of mountains.
The National Parks contain the best scenery, and it is some
of the best in the world, but unfortunately when these parks were established
everybody was in line for their chop. The locals still wanted to graze their
cattle, sheep, goats, ...