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... times but was convinced to stay (and of course drink more Tequila). Me and Crystal were just having a few beers in her favourite bar, when some of her friends arrived. Before then, we were joined by some bat **** crazy old woman from LA that had definitely taken far too many drugs in her time and looked like a 40 year old version of Amy Winehouse. On the TV, they also decided to randomly have the full concert DVD of Live Aid (the newer one). At this point, S Club 7 were on ...
... keep track on the direction he was going to but it was to complicated since he was driving crazy and we kept bumping our heads and lost count and direction. So, we just stood in the trunk and just eave dropped on the conversation which had to do with him taking over the world. but he kept making us bump our head so soon we knocked out of ...
... Awake at 5am, what’s with me? Think I’ll just have a look on the computer,
as I do most mornings and HORROR, I have a message from Floss telling me their
flight has been cancelled and don’t go to the airport as they won’t be
there? Fortunately we get hold of each
other on Skype! They have no idea when
they will be flying out, but at this stage the earliest will be Sunday but no
guarantees, how absolutely awful, this is ...
... right to push in. I shouted at them in my broken Spanish. One of them just smiled and carried on, one stood right in front of us and the other, who was trying to push past me with her walking stick and I would not budge, stayed behind. Sorry, but what gives them the right. If they were disabled, then they should have gotten in the other queue. Damn Mexicans!!!
I really thought Sophie was going to rip our heads off when we got back as she would not ...
... European-style Paseo de los Héroes. The boulevard's intersections are gigantic glorietas (traffic circles), at the center of which stand statuesque monuments to leaders ranging from Aztec Emperor Cuauhtémoc to Abraham Lincoln.
Many foreigners travel to Tijuana to drink and dance, buy prescription drugs, illegal drugs (especially in and around dance clubs), purchase bootleg brand-name clothing, timepieces, and other personal accessories found ...