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... leaving the village to go 'off-road' when I saw a few villagers sitting in an open 'ute' peeling a mound of freshly harvested potatoes. They were going to be at it for awhile! Again, they were quite agreeable to being photographed in action. Perhaps it was their happy, friendly demeanour that kept them stress free and healthy!
Then it was off the beaten track again with Chris and his trusty GPS! Some steep climbing (I had to get off the ...
... yes that term "have a crack" at the job as was slip of the tongue. Madonna, yes I take AMEX . And to dear Jane Gouvernet (bridesmaid at our wedding) who suggested I should forget about it as a career, a quick comment. (For the rest of you Jane made that comment based on a single night of passion many years ago.) So Jane, all I ask is for another shot at the title. You get a 20 percent discount and money back guarantee. You have my number.
... he can come back from the edge...i would hate to see him get in a fog now that we have reached a real place of beauty. We are bowing to the Samsung Gods for having a free connection to satellites with GPS that just turns us into a red dot going down a blue road...makes my job as navigator easy (no, i am not perfect...i look up to better hear Thomas and zoom...we have just missed our turn...no problem though...Thomas is good at U-turns! More ...
... started around the 8th or 7th century BC by the Phrygians, and it is not clear when construction was finished. The massive city was built on five levels, to a depth of 60 metres below the surface. Wells, ventilation shafts, schools, a winery, a church, stables, kitchens, store rooms, stockades, and a graveyard were all built, leading people to believe that the city was used for long periods of time, most likely as a safe haven ...
... I met a guy who works as an orderly at the hospital who invited me the breaking-fast dinner that goes every night during Ramadan. So close to sundown I headed over to the hospital to meet him. When we headed to dinner, I had the distinct impression of being in a really bad B-horror movie. We head to this abandoned looking building across the street, with Segal other people in scrubs, walk past some garbage in the hallways and up a stairwell with really bad lighting. We pass ...
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